Cloverhurst Residents Celebrate the Halloween Season at Spook-Central Park

‘Tis the season for haunting, and there is no better place to celebrate Fall-O-Ween than Kennesaw! Residents of our Cobb County real estate at Cloverhurst are invited to celebrate the last night of the Kennesaw Outdoor Movie Series at Swift-Cantrell Park. Kennesaw events On Saturday, October 12, the park will be transformed into Spook-Central Park. Families are invited to come out and enjoy free inflatables, carnival games, a Trick-or-Treat trail, trackless train, scarecrow displays, children’s craft and hand-carved, illuminated pumpkins. Children, adults and four-legged friends of all ages should come dressed in their best Halloween costumes for their chance to win the costume contest; judging will begin at 5 p.m., and categories will include funniest, scariest, cutest, most heroic, most original, best duo/group, best canine/owner dress-a-like and best canine. At 7:30 p.m., settle down for the night with a free screening of Hotel Transylvania. Movie goers are encouraged to bring a blanket or low-back chair to set on, and concessions will be available for purchase. Kennesaw’s largest park, Swift-Cantrell Park, is the perfect venue for special events and community gatherings, such as the outdoor movie series, all year long. Park offerings include two paved and lighted trails, a playground area, picnic pavilions, a plaza area, the Frank Boone dog park, the Skate Spot skate park and acres of open space. The park is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and parking is free. Located less than 10 minutes away from Swift-Cantrell Park is our Cobb County new homes community Cloverhurst. This intimate community of 15 boo-tiful homes has just two inventory homes and three pre-sale homes priced from the high $300,000s remaining, so don’t miss out an opportunity to own one of these great value homes packed with high end features and finishes. To learn more or to schedule an appointment to tour the community, please call Lorrie Collie at 770-853-1088. Photo credit: Swift-Cantrell Park