Having been through the first year of the Town of Terror at the Pittston Fairgrounds (Take Rt. 194 off of 27 in Pittston and go straight out), I thought I knew what to expect. I was told the maze was three times longer with more twists, turns and surprises. I had no idea!
It opens tonight, October 10th at 6 pm. Come if you dare!! It’s Town of Terror at the Pittston Fairgrounds. It’s open every Friday and Saturday night through and including Halloween!
As I made my through Pittston after touring the incredible Town of Terror yesterday, I passed a lone cow cavorting (sort of) with a chicken. The pair nearly brought a tear to my eye. It is in the spirit of interspecies friendship that I bring you this poem. Please, share it with somebody you love.
So, I showed up Friday at around noon in the doorway of Pittston School with a fistful of Flat Stanleys. Once inside, I was taken to the cafeteria where I thanked the kids for giving us (at 92 Moose) the opportunity to take Flat Stanley on adventures EVERYWHERE! Every child in the school made a Flat Stanley (storybook character) and sent them to me. See, I had lost the first one that a youngster h
Mrs. Damon from Pittston School, who is not only a great teacher but also a dear friend, entrusted me with one of her student's Flat Stanleys. I was to take the storybook character (who was flattened by a bulletin board, thus could go almost anywhere) on great adventures with me and capture the moments in photographs. I was delighted!
Flat Stanley is a storybook character. Stanley, in the book, gets flattened by a bulletin board and decides to use his new, thin, self to slide under doors and, better still, mail himself to friends in envelopes.
Long story short, Mrs. Damon's class at Pittston School sent me one which I was to take with me wherever I went to document things I did. Well, I lost Stanley. Just last week, when Mrs. D
Once Mac Dickson started saying that fair season means the summer is ending, that's all I can think of. I remember though, not too many years ago, the Pittston Fair happened in late June, right after summer vacation started. Boy, summer must have seemed short to him back then!