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Powerland Heritage Park hosting new Halloween event
The halloween event is a spooky 30-minute pirate adventure at Powerland Heritage Park. Tickets can be purchased online.
Powerland Heritage park offers a number of spooky decorations, which are available to see every Saturday and Sunday in October.
Halloween is just around the corner which means it is time for scares.
The Oregon Electric Railway Historic Society is hosting a new Halloween event called, “Pirates of the Portal Stone” at Powerland Heritage Park. On this adventure, members will follow a pirate in order to help them find the portal stone and use it to close the portals responsible for releasing paranormal creatures at the park.
The event will be featured each Saturday and Sunday in October. It takes 30 minutes and will include a trolley ride, tour through a spooky barn, and a pumpkin to take home.
Tickets are $15 per person and can be purchased online at https://powerlandhalloween.com.
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