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Downtown Lee's Summit Gourds and Ghosts on October 6
September 29, 2012
Gourds and ghosts will abound as
Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street hosts
two upcoming events on
Saturday, Oct. 6: the Farmers Market Harvest Fest
from 7 a.m. to noon, at the corner of
Second and Douglas streets; and the
Haunted & Historic Spaces Tours at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.,
beginning at Got Art Gallery, 18 S.W. Third St.
The Harvest Fest at the Downtown Lee’s Summit Farmers Market features live music, face-painting and more. The first 100 kids will get a free pumpkin to decorate. Farmers and growers will have a variety of products available for purchase, including produce, gourds, pumpkins, mums and more.
The Haunted & Historic Spaces Tours begin with a wine reception at Got Art Gallery. Attendees will tour both residential and commercial second-floor spaces and hear about their histories and ghostly pasts, such as “Dewy,” the ghost who has haunted the family-owned Do Drop Inn for more than 50 years, and the ghosts on S.E. Main Street who pull books from shelves and spook pedestrians as they walk by.
Local actor James Wright will lead the tours. Tour tickets are $10 each and must be purchased in advance by calling the Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street office at 816-246-6598.
A limited number of tickets are available.
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