03:00 PM - 07:00 PM
1230 N. Green Bay Road
Lake Forest, IL , 60045
Don’t miss Ragdale’s fourth annual RAGS TO WITCHES, a costumed, creative spookfest for all the family on Sunday, October 20 from 3:00 – 7:00pm. Guests and little monsters will be spellbound by live performances, hands-on art projects, games, and seasonal tastings throughout Lake Forest’s most imaginative haunted estate. A unique blend of over 20 artist-led activities, including:
A bewildering scavenger hunt * Haunted Barnhouse tour
Spirited performances in the Witches Ring
Costume contest with prizes
Creepy arts and craft
Ghostly story-telling and fortune readings
Tricks, treats and s’mores, cash bar
New this year is THE EYE BALL – A Screamraiser for Adults. Peer beyond the veil in support of Ragdale at this adults-only preview on Friday, October 18, from 6:00 – 10:00pm. Bid on one- of-a-kind artworks, souvenirs, and other treasures. Be among the first to tour our haunted Barnhouse and feast your eyes upon our Curious Objects Shop. See and be seen with fellow denizens of the night, all while indulging in potions and bites. Spine-chilling storytellers, eye- popping performers, and macabre musicians will keep you shrieking with delight.
Tickets for The Eye Ball are $75 per adult. Advance tickets for Rags to Witches are: $20 adults, $15 children, $60 per household (limit 4). At the door: $25 adults, $20 children. Buy tickets and learn more at: RagstoWitches.net or ragdale.org
Ragdale is located at 1230 North Green Bay Road, Lake Forest, IL 60045. Free off-site parking and continuous scary shuttle service are available between Ragdale and the Lake Forest municipal lot on the west side of Oakwood Avenue, just north of Green Bay Road.
For questions, please call 847.234.1063 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Ragdale Foundation is a nonprofit artists’ residency located on the historic 5-acre estate of architect Howard Van Doren Shaw in Lake Forest, Illinois. Each year Ragdale hosts over 200 professional artists in residence and presents more than 50 community and school programs for regional teachers, students, and the general public.