Storybook Theatre hosts evening of ghost stories

HANAPEPE — Mark Jeffers of Storybook Theatre will be hosting an evening of ghost stories, and stories based on events that really happened on Friday, Oct. 30 starting at 6 p.m., in Sparky’s Garden located in back of the Storybook Theatre.

“You’re not supposed to ask a storyteller if their story is true,” Jeffers said. “Except, when it comes to ghosts. Ghost stories should be told truthfully because you never know who may be listening close by.”

The evening of storytelling is free, or by donation, and open to anyone who enjoys a ghoulish tale. Face masks and social distancing will be observed.

“I never try to scare people, the real stories are scary enough,” Jeffers said. “Everyone will be asked to share their stories as well.”

Additionally, the Storybook Theatre is offering a Halloween celebration with family by offering a special Halloween Kau Kau Dessert Box for pick up, Oct. 31 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Storybook Theatre.

Oct. 27 is the deadline to place ticket orders for the special box created by MCS for the Storybook Theatre fundraiser.

Tickets are a $12 donation for a box containing Salted Caramel Apple Bars, Pumpkin Mochi, Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies, Triple Chocolate Brownies, Witch’s Fingers, and Skeleton Eye Balls.

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