What could be spookier than taking a trip to the cemetery on Halloween?
Well, if it’s a fright night experience you’re looking for, then this is your chance: The Bolingbrook Historic Preservation Commission will be holding an open house on Halloween Night (Thursday, Oct. 31) from 5-9 p.m. at Boardman Cemetery. And information will be available about early settlers from the area at each grave, according to a news release issued by Village clerk Carol Penning.
Also, Jim Stenhouse and a group of re-enactors will perform from 7-8 p.m. and Debra Dudek with the Fountaindale Public Library will have a display available to share with the public. Admission is free. Hot chocolate will be served (courtesy of McDonald’s). And Bolingbrook History Cook Books and Bolingbrook Does Too Have History booklets will be available for purchase.
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