Trent House to host Halloween Storytelling

With tales of ghosts and ghouls dancing through our minds, that can only mean one thing: Halloween is almost here! During this particular time of year, we can embrace the season and all the fun frights accompanying it. Whether you’re easily frightened or fearless in the face of haunts, there’s nothing like fully immersing yourself in the season’s spirit. To help kick off Halloween week with a bang, the Trent House has you covered with scary stories for every family member.

On Sunday, October 29th, you and your loved ones are invited to the Trent House for an afternoon of haunting Halloween tales. From little listeners to grown-ups of all ages, all are welcome to enjoy spooky seasonal fun. The festivities will be held from 3 pm to 5 pm at the Trent House Visitor Center at 15 Market St, Trenton, NJ 08611. This event is entirely free to attend. In addition to some spooky stories and terrifying tales courtesy of master storyteller Denise McCormack, guests can enjoy prizes, refreshments, and more.

The afternoon of Halloween fun will kick off with stories curated with your little listeners in mind. The earlier portion of the day will be dedicated to stories for visitors ages eight and under. There will be two sessions, 3:15 pm and 3:40 pm, with some not-so-scary tales to help get your child in the Halloween spirit. And if you’re older, not to worry: the latter half of the afternoon is devoted to more mature listeners, allowing guests of all ages to be a part of the story time fun. At 4:20 p.m., Ms. McCormack will share some haunting tales geared toward older children, youth, and adults. After storytime, listeners will receive prize bags. You will have an unforgettable fall afternoon with ginger snaps, apple cider, and a whole host of seasonal fun alongside the stories.

The Trent House, a destination for history, education, and community in the Capital City, hosts this event. The Museum tells stories of Trenton and the diverse community of people who have called this place their home over the years. The Trent House also explores the changing landscape that Trenton has witnessed from the dawn of the Revolutionary War to the Industrial Revolution. Telling stories of the property, house, and people that have defined the Trent House over the years, you’ll be fascinated by the history lurking behind every corner. To read more about the Trent House and other upcoming events, please visit their website here: Trent House – Home.

If you have any questions before the event, please get in touch with the Trent House at (609) 989-3027 or on their contact form, available here: Contact Us. Spooky season will end before you know it, so plan your celebrations today!

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