Oct. 31: Bat-O-Ween Event at the Town of New Paltz Recycling Center

Marjorie Pullman, also known as Maggs Raggs, is hosting an event titled Bat-O-Ween on Saturday, Oct. 31 from 1-3 p.m. at the Town of New Paltz Recycling Center. This event is part of Bat Conservation International’s “Bat Week,” spanning Oct. 24 to 31, with its purpose being to provide education about the importance of bats in nature. Activities at Bat-O-Ween include bat-themed crafts, education booths, a haunted house and a costume contest. Both masks and proper social distancing will be required for all in attendance.

Vendors wishing to participate, as well as people interested in volunteering, can contact Pullman by email at mastergardener2000@gmail.com.

Megan Wilson

Megan Wilson is a fourth-year journalism major and film and video studies minor from Schroon Lake, New York. In her free time, she likes listening to music, reading short stories and drinking coffee.

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