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Where will you be Oct. 31?


October 28, 2014

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    The Boro is overflowing with options for a great, fright-filled (or at least fun-filled) Halloween night. If you need inspiration, check out a few of these haunted happenings around town.

  The Purge I & II
What? Chaos! Anarchy! Sadism! Nothing says Halloween like a city-wide slasher flick! Join the GSU family for a scary movie night to get yourself psyched for a night on the town.
When? 6–10 p.m.
Where? GSU's Russell Union Theatre
How much? Free!

 Costume Contest with the Chris Mitchell Band
What? The Chris Mitchell Band will be hosting a costume contest with their Halloween performance at Wild Wing Cafe. The winner will take home a Margaret Acoustic guitar (retail value $300), made by Statesboro's CMG guitar manufacturers.
When? 10 p.m.
Where? Wild Wing Cafe
How much? Free to compete!

 The Haunted Forest
What? Demon clowns, escaped mental asylum patients and assorted ghouls and goblins that want to chase/eat/dismember you, stalking you through a dark forest. What's not to love?
Where? The Clubouse
When? All this week, including Oct. 31, from 8 p.m.–midnight
How much? $5

   Autumn String Fest/Spooktacular
What? The recital will include performances of the Magnolia String Quartet, the Mello-Cello-Felllowship, and the GSU String Caerata with works by Vivaldi, Brahms, Satin-Saens, and more. Musicians will be in costume to celebrate Halloween and the audience is strongly encouraged to do the same.
Where?
Carol A. Carter Recital Hall on campus
When?
7:30 p.m.
How much?
Free!


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