A spooky history lesson being offered as part of Apple Blossom Festival

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Spice up your Apple Blossom weekend by being visited by the ghosts of Kentville.

There are plenty of incredible people who have helped to form the backbone of this dynamic town. Let Jerome the GraveKeeper and his ghostly friends inform and entertain you throughout this creatively spooky ghost walk on June 1.

Told by the ghosts of many long-past local characters, these two-hour outdoor walks are a creatively spooky way to receive a local history lesson. The tours show Kentville from a macabre angle, but they won't cause any heart attacks; that would be bad for business! The show is family-friendly, but let’s not kid ourselves, it's a history lesson, not every kid is into history. 

The walks happen rain, snow or moonshine, so participants should dress appropriately and bring an umbrella, bottled water, a flashlight and bug spray. Adults $15, students $10.

The Apple Blossom Ghost Walk starts at the steps of the Cornwallis Inn at 8 p.m.

As space is limited, reservations are encouraged. Email  jerome@valleyghostwalks.com, find them on Facebook or ticketpro.ca locations.


Organizations: Cornwallis Inn

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