Join us at Franconia United Methodist Church on Oct 27, 4-6 PM, for our free annual tradition! Children, accompanied by an adult, wear a family-friendly costume (nothing scary or inappropriate) and join in on the fun. There'll be games, prizes, food - an old fashioned good time! Hosted indoors so we don't worry about the weather! Bring your family and stop by! We are located at 6037 Franconia Road, Alexandria, VA at the corner of Beulah and Franconia, by Franconia Elementary School, on Fairfax Connector routes 231, 232, and 310.
Event begins at 4:00PM
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