When the city of Harker Heights, Texas decided to come together and enjoy the community the best way they know how during this spooky season, scaring and caring came to mind.

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ARE YOU READY FOR A SPOOKY, FUN DAY IN THE CITY OF HARKER HEIGHTS?

The City of Harker Heights has invited the whole community to come out for a spooky fun night on October 29 which is a Saturday are you ready Harker Heights? The city of Harker Heights is hosting Haunted Heights which is a free event that invites families to come to walk the trail at Carl Levin's Park at 400 Miller Crossing from 9 AM to 1 PM. There will be an amazing experience and the trail will be filled with vendors of all types of great merchandise you can view, a photo op to take pictures of all your fun memories at the event, and plenty of activities for children of all ages.

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LET'S HAVE A SPOOKY GOT TIME AT THE HAUNTED HEIGHTS

Be sure to bring your trick-or-treat bags because there’s going to be the candy of course, what’s a haunted event without candy? The city of Harker Heights is also wanting people to know if they’re wanting to be a vendor at the spooky event to email sgibbs@harkerheights.gov and they will accept applications until October 27th. This is a perfect event to take the kiddos to early morning and afternoon right before they get ready for Halloween day. Come on and enjoy the community with all of your spooky neighbors!

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