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Storytelling Arts of Indiana Shares Scary Stories Downtown Friday, Oct. 9

Storytelling Arts of Indiana celebrates the season this Friday, October 8 with Scary Stories, a spooktacular Indianapolis event for all ages. This event is even suitable for your Indianapolis kids, as these scary stories are designed for all ears. Advance tickets are $5.00 for kids ages 5-12 and $10.00 for adults. Day of tickets cost $6.00 for kids and $12.00 adults. The evening should last from 7:00 pm to about 9:30 pm.

This spooky Indianapolis thing to do is being held on the White River State Park and the Indianapolis Canal Walk in Indianapolis downtown. Join the professionals of Storytelling Arts of Indiana for Scary Stories, outside of the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center at 450 West Ohio Street. The story tellers on hand and ready to scare are Cynthia Changaris, Celestine Bloomfield, Lou Ann Homan, and Bob Sander, veritable super stars of building suspense.

Join them for spooktacular fun as story tellers share tales of ghosts and ghouls! This not-too-scary family presentation is sure to give shivers (of delight). Tricks and treats will be available for purchase at our snack bar (candy, popcorn and soft drinks). Chairs are provided but consider cuddling up under your own blankets, or bring your own folding lawn chairs for comfort sake.

 

Enjoy the cooling Fall weather and gear up for that ghoulish holiday as you are entertained by some of the best Hoosier story tellers. Come enjoy and support this Indianapolis performing arts group that has fallen on hard times, since the recent economic decline. These Indianapolis art events add to the entire make-up of Indianapolis culture. And story telling is a rich part of Indianapolis history. Keep the spirits of the Circle City alive this Friday with Storytelling Arts of Indiana and Scary Stories.

For more information about this Indy event and about other upcoming performances from Storytelling Arts of Indiana, visit their website. There you can buy tickets and learn more about these great Indianapolis artists. Get spooked!