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Events Around Northern Michigan: Haunted Attractions and the Mackinac Island Women, Wellness, and a Wee Bit 'O Wine Weekend

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As Halloween creeps closer we'll show you more spooky attractions and events going on around northern Michigan.

This weekend there are two events haunted events and one that's a little less scary.

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Reed City High School is hosting their Annual Haunted Forest Fundraiser.

The frightening event is Friday, October 18th behind the high school starting right after the home football game.

Visitors can walk through the creepy attraction until about 11 p.m. Friday night. 

It costs $3 per person, or $9 for a family of 4 or more.

Money raised at the event will go towards the Reed City High School outdoor education class.

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If you're looking for even more Halloween fun, this Saturday, October 19th, Hartwick Pines is hosting a campground trick-or-treat!

Families can head out to Grayling for trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving, and hayrides all while they snack on some cider and donuts.

A recreation passport is required to get onto the campgrounds and those are $11 for most cars and $5 for motorcycles.

The event is at Hartwick Pines State Park in Grayling.

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Finally, the Mackinac Island Women, Wellness, and a Wee Bit 'O Wine Weekend starts Friday, October 18th and runs through Sunday, October 20th.

The weekend offers a relaxing getaway, all while educating women on how to lead a well- balanced life.

Those attending can expect several speakers, workshops, and of course some wine.

For more information on these events, click the links to the left of this story.