Historic Yellow Springs teamed up with West Pikeland Township, Chester Springs Library, Salt Performing Arts and Life's Patina Mercantile and Café to host a village wide open house event on Sunday, October 23rd from 12 – 5 pm to celebrate Yellow Springs' 300-year anniversary.
It was an honor to have State Representatives Carolyn Comitta and Katie Muth kick off the event prior to the Halloween costume parade. We greatly appreciate their attendance!
Guests enjoyed a fun fall afternoon of activities in the village, including a History Scavenger Hunt, Trick-or-Treating, a “Meet and Greet” with Cinderella and Prince Charming from Salt Performing Arts, Glow For Good Nonprofit Pumpkin Carving Contest, live music, crafts, games and more!
West Pikeland Township supervisors, staff members, police officers and members of the Environmental Advisory Council (EAC), Parks and Recreation Committee, and the West Pikeland Land Trust were also in attendance with giveaways, candy, a raffle, and educational literature.
Thank you for a wonderful event!