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It's a Ghost Feast, and You're Invited
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10 October 2017   WYGC

This year’s season of all things scary is upon us, and it starts with a special Feast!

Ghost Feast is mere days away tomorrow!!!  Ghost Feast is dinner and a show, hosted by El Gato Azul in downtown Prescott on Wednesday October 11 only. This fundraiser is a preview of Ghost Talk Too later this month. For $30 per Ghost Feast ticket, you will have tapas, dessert and entertainment. Gratuity and drinks not included. Proceeds benefit both West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation (WYGC) and Prescott Center for the Arts. Seating is limited and reservations required, 928-445-1070.

And... come to the Stage Too Theatre at Prescott Center for the Arts in Downtown Prescott… if you dare. This year’s event is historically based and features ghosts and chilling tales from our local past. Did you know there are hauntings in Prescott? Well, there are! Written by Parker Anderson and directed by Erica Muse, Ghost Talk Too is sure to floor you. Hopefully you’re able to get back up.

This spine-tingling event shows three times each of the four nights, at 6PM, 7:30PM, and 9PM on Oct 20, 21, 27, and 28. Please arrive on time – so as not to anger the ghosts – at 208 N Marina St, Prescott, AZ 86301. There will be refreshments, merchandise, and plenty of ghoulishness for all, so tuck the kiddies in for the night and join us for a rousing round of history, fun and fear. While the event is always intended for adults, there is a student price for those adults who would like to bring their teens. Tickets available at http://www.pca-az.net/ (Adults $17, Students $14)

Proceeds benefit both Prescott Center for the Arts and the West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation.