LIVINGSTON, Texas — Each year Escapees puts together a fun-filled “Octoberfest” event at Rainbow’s End, full of socializing, games, and great food, the club noted today.
This year’s event is being spearheaded by a group of volunteers at Rainbow’s End with support by Escapees headquarters and park management. This year, the event will be kicking off Oct. 15 with KidZone for those under 18 with their parents.
It will feature a line dancing demonstration, an ice cream social where highlights of Octoberfest will be discussed, followed by a choice of Bingo, a family friendly campfire, or an adult campfire.
The next day features an event “Remembering Kay Peterson,” a treasure hunt, a tour of the CARE Center, games, a group walk, line dancing, and square dancing. The final full day of the event will include a fire truck exhibit, the annual bake auction to benefit the Livingston Volunteer Fire Department, line dancing, horseshoes, guided tour of Polk County Memorial Museum and music and dancing to Doc Wall.
A hearty hitch-up breakfast will be available at CARE Oct. 18 from 7:30 to 9 a.m.
Admission is free; just bring a little extra spending money if you wish enjoy a meal with fellow Escapee friends or participate in the bake auction.
SOURCE: Escapees bulletin