2012-10-11 / Community News

Down Home Ranch Hosts Halloween Fun on Saturday, October 20

Down Home Ranch, a community for young adults with intellectual disabilities, is offering a chance for neighbors to visit the Ranch with their children for a Halloween Barn Party and Hayride on Saturday, October 20 from 3:00- 6:00PM. There is no charge for admission.

The first stop is the barn, where there will be traditional Halloween activities and treats for the kids. The Ranch’s horses and donkeys will also be decked out in fall finery!

After the Barn Party stop, guests will mount the hayride for a tour through the Village and the pecan bottoms along Yegua Creek. A few friendly ghosts may be spotted along the way, but nothing too scary for the small fry.

The hayride will end at the Pavilion, where guests are welcome to visit, enjoy more refreshments, and learn about Down Home Ranch and its programs, if desired. There will be home tours for those interested.

The Ranchers (people with disabilities) who live at the Ranch are anxious to show off their decorating skills and homes to their neighbors.

The Ranch is located on the Williamson/Lee County Line at 20250 FM 619, three miles north of the intersection of FM 619 and FM 696 and one mile south of FM 619 and Spur 619.

More information on Down Home Ranch can be found at www.downhomeranch.org.

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