Monday, October 28, 2013

Ghosts in the Farmhouse

Well done Troop 477!  The Boy Scout troop created a haunted farmhouse tour at the Donald Bannister farmhouse complete with ghost sightings in the house.  And how could you go wrong with roasting s'mores over a fire pit on the grounds of the farmhouse?!  Over 1,000 visitors took the farmhouse tour this past Saturday.  Lots of great kids games in the field, reasonable priced concessions and a parking shuttle made the entire experience fun and easy for my family.

Given the success of new and established community events - Food Truck Thursdays, Butterfly Festival, Haunted Farmhouse, Light Up Dunwoody, Lemonade Days it is easy to see we are a community who enjoys the "play" in the idea of "live, work, play."  We enjoy seeing our friends and neighbors while enjoying great events a few minutes from where we live.

The one thing I think we are missing - a 4th of July fireworks show.  We have to leave Dunwoody to catch good fireworks (unless you sit on the Dunwoody side of Dunwoody Club drive to watch the country club's).  Any pyros out there want to lobby the city for a show?

1 comment:

  1. thank you for your support and positive feedback about the "Haunted Farm Tour" sponsored by troop 477. See you next year!