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There’s just one week left to get your fill of Halloween spooks and scares before it’s too late — muah ha haaa ← spooky laugh?


Here’s our list of last minute Halloween to-DO.’s before the 31st:

CentraliaTuesday, Oct. 24th


The ghost town that’s still on fire. Take a spontaneous road trip this beautiful fall evening to one of Central PA’s notorious spooky towns. If you haven’t checked this one off the list yet, today is a perfect day to do so!

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Eastern State PenitentiaryWednesday, Oct. 25th

Terror Behind the Walls consists of six haunted attractions that create a seamless experience. All six attractions are included in one admission price. Doors open at 7:00 pm and lasts until 11:00 pm! Prices vary.

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ShocktoberfestThursday, Oct. 26th

Pennsylvania’s premier haunted scream park opens from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm and offers a variety of ticket options. Don’t miss out on their must-see attractions!

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Cherry Crest Adventure Farm Flashlight MazeFriday, Oct. 27th

Don’t miss the annual Flashlight Maze during the Fall Harvest months! The maze opens from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm, and don’t forget to bring your flashlight! Prices vary.

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High Fever: Clownin’ AroundSaturday Oct 28th

Halloween clown-themed dance party at The Village with beer pong, carnival games, a drag show, drink specials and featuring DJ Salinger. Event is from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am and there is an $8 cover. Clown costumes not required, but certainly encouraged!

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Field of Screams Sunday, Oct. 29th

Ticket booths open at 6:00 pm (cash only/credit card online ONLY) and all patrons must enter by 9:00 pm to experience attractions. Prices vary.

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Lititz Halloween Parade Monday, Oct. 30th

This year’s Lititz Lions Halloween Parade will be from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in Downtown Lititz, PA.

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Trick or Treat on the 300 Block Oct 31st

Your favorite merchants on the 300 Block of North Queen St. in Lancaster, PA will be handing out candy for all of the families trick or treating this year. This event goes from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

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Styling your home for the season can be tricky this time of year. Many of us are anxious to transition to Fall decor for our home but we’re not ready for halloween pumpkins and the traditional Fall look. To help guide us with our seasonal mantel decor this time of year we looked to Holly Heitmann of Inglenook Design Lab. Inglenook Creative is a coworking space for businesses in the Home & Garden industry and Holly, who owns Holly Heitmann Home Design, and Day Waters of Inglenook, were happy to give us some mantel tips. See what these talented ladies developed for us below.

Mantel Contest | We want to see YOUR Fall Mantels. Post your pictures to our Facebook page and use hashtag #TTDLancMantelContest. On October 22th, Holly and Day will pick their favorite Season Mantel. The lucky winner will receive a free Inglenook Design Lab Session. So let’s see those mantels!

Style Your Mantel Tips

Fireplaces are coveted focal points in a home and the styling the mantel is a great opportunity to express your creativity.  If you find it daunting, here are a few guidelines to help.

Mantel No. 1 | Pumpkin Mantel

It is fun to change up your mantel.  Allow a holiday theme to inspire new ideas. Be sure to have an anchor (the central art), weight (the candle sticks provide a frame) and the filler (all the fun stuff in the middle). The more variety the better. Use a contrast of size, color, shape, texture and finish.  Think about Triangles or pyramids when creating groupings


Mantel No. 2 | Coral Mantel

Our eyes love the balance found in symmetry.  To create a symmetrical look on a mantel, use a focal point at the center, such as a large beautiful piece of art. It needs to be at least ⅔ the size of the mantel. If it is too small it will look accidental.  Repeat or mirror the sides along a central line down the middle.  The look is neat and ordered and portrays a feeling of stability, formality, and refinement.  It’s hard to go wrong with a symmetrical mantel display!

MANTELNO2Mantel No. 3 | Face Mantel

An asymmetrical design, although not a mirrored image, finds its balance by using objects that carry the same visual weight on either side of an imaginary centerline.  The objects are different from each other, but still similar in mass and form.  This look feels dynamic, relaxed, and flexible.  It is layered with various items also adding depth and visual interest.  Don’t be afraid to let your personality shine through. To get balance and proportion, use odd numbers in your groupings – 3 different sizes and ideally different shapes.

Still not getting the look that is in your mind’s eye, spend the morning with professionals and like-minded enthusiasts at Inglenook Design Lab.

What’s Inglenook Design Lab? Get a little Help from a friend! Home improvement is always an investment.  For ½ the cost of a can of paint,  Design lab is a place where you can find coaching from a professional and inspiration from like-minded enthusiasts.   It is a time and place to consider YOUR preferences and tap into unlimited design resources including access to our wallpaper, fabric samples and more in a friendly, comfortable environment.  No job is too small! We know how seemingly little projects left undone can weigh you down but don’t fret we’re here to help!

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