Halloween events always sell out frighteningly fast.
And if you’re hoping to make some photo album-worthy memories with the kids on a rustic pumpkin farm this year, now is the time to keep an eye out for tickets.
The first event to announce a ticket launch for 2022 is Liskennett Halloween Farm, which will be opening bookings on August 15th ahead of its October 22nd opening date – the first since before the pandemic.
It’s a brilliant cause you’ll be helping too; Liskennett Equine Therapy Centre is based in Granagh, Co. Limerick, and operated by the Cork-based St. Joseph’s Foundation in Charleville. St. Joseph’s provides services for over 1,400 children and adults with autism and/or intellectual disabilities based in North Cork, from Mallow and Fermoy to Mitchelstown, Charleville, Kanturk and Newmarket.
“Those who purchase tickets, available from our website on August 15th at 9.30am, will be invited to pick a pumpkin, listen to some spooky stories, enjoy some festive Halloween treats and take a walk on our sensory Halloween fairy trail,” said Susan Nolan, fundraising co-ordinator at St. Josephs Foundation.
Sounds like our kinda’ day.
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“The funds raised from the event will help further improve our services while being a fun occasion for all, young and old.”
Friday, October 28th will be a sensory day at Liskennett Halloween Farm and is open to any children and adults with autism or intellectual disabilities.
Tickets are affordable too, with a child’s ticket available at €5, adults at €13, and a family ticket available at €35. For more information on tickets and to view the time slots, visit stjosephsfoundation.ie.