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Halloween Historical BooFest

Children and adults will get an early Halloween treat when they attend All For Naut with storyteller Colette Guibert as she portrays Naut Kaniff, the legendary witch of West Nyack on Saturday, October 31 with shows at 11:30a, 1p & 2:30p at The Historical Society of Rockland County.

Children and adults are encouraged to come in costume as Naut Kaniff comes back from the grave to tell you stories of those who have never left the historical haunted houses and places of Rockland The Hudson Valley is one of the most haunted places in America; even the Lenape people believed in some of the legends of Spook Rock. Have you heard of the cries of Maria as she lingers, still lost after two hundred years, in the woods of Orangeburg or the notorious coven of witches that haunt Call Hollow  Road?

Tickets: $5 per person‘€”children under 2 free. Reservations are recommended and refreshments will be served.

The Historical Society of Rockland County is located at 20 Zukor Road in New City. For more information call 845-634-9629 or visit rocklandhistory.org

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