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    Happy Halloween – There Is Something Great In South Lake This Halloween

    Here are only a few of the many Special Events Happening in Our Community this Halloween (For additional details, click the links where indicated.

    Saturday, October 27

    Harvest Festival

    “Nightmare on the Clermont Trails” 

    3rd Annual Trunk-or-Treat at Lake Louise State Park (12 pm – 3 pm)

    Dare To Walk In the Dark At Lake Louisa State Park

    Experience a nighttime hike through the woods of Lake Louisa State Park in as the terrors of the past come out.

    The Friends of Lake Louisa State Park are hosting the scary event from 7 pm to 9 pm.

    Warning: This is not for anyone below 13 years old. Walk in the Woods, if you dare.

    Lake Louise State Park is located at 7305 US Highway 27, Clermont.

    Sunday, October 28

    Weekly Farmers Market in Downtown Clermont. This week will be a Howl!

    10th Annual Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade

    Clermont Clay 15K and 5K  (for the fit)

    Wednesday, October 31

    Minneola’s Safe Night Out

    Montverde Trunk or Treat

    Mazes (Click On The Links)


    Lake Catherine Blueberries


    DO IT YOURSELF! You can submit an event request directly to the TABLET by going to the EVENTS section; Drop down to Submit Your Event and click, a blue SUBMIT BUTTON will appear; Click on the button and fill out the form, attach a picture; and once the event is approved, it will be available to the readers. This calendar is for special events only in South Lake County and will not include Happy Hours or Sales.

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    Looking for things to do this weekend?  Click “Calendar”

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