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How to Have a Spooktacular Fall in Prince William

By Rebecca Barnes, Publisher, Prince William Living Magazine

Boo! Did I scare you? Halloween is upon us and no better place to look for sweet treats than in your neighborhood. With events all over Prince William, ghostly fun is sure to be had. Check out writer David Gignilliat’s article, “Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid” and learn of all the spooktacular for all the details.

Of course, if being frightened doesn’t sound like fun to you, how about a birthday party of sorts? Delia Engstrom helps us Celebrate the 100th Birthday of the National Park Service” in this month’s Destinations. We are lucky enough to have not one but TWO national parks! Both parks draw between 500,000 and one million visitors annually to Prince William County. Find out more about these amazing parks in our October issue.

After you have burned off some calories walking in the parks, Amanda Causey Baity has recipes for yum in this month’s Family Fun. There she has some “Frightfully Fun Snacks” for us to create and enjoy. From OWL pretzel snacks to pumpkin seeds, these tasty treats are easy and fun to make.

Be sure to use our print and online calendars to find out the latest events all over Prince William, Manassas and Manassas Park. There is always something exciting to do!

So grab a handful of candy corn and maybe a caramel apple or two and kick back with the October issue of Prince William Living. Then remember to check us out every day for new stories at pwliving.com.

Sincerely,

Rebecca Barnes

Prince William Living Publisher

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