Caraway's second annual Harvest Day has been set for Saturday, Oct. 26. A kick-off parade will be held at 1:30 p.m. with line up at the Lions Club building. There is no entry fee for the parade and everyone is welcome to participate.
All merchants, food vendors, ambulance, fire, and rescue personnel and candidates for city offices are invited to participate.
Games, food, soft drinks, entertainment and a Halloween costume contest will be on tap. Individuals are welcome to set up booths on main street for the afternoon.
Music will be provided on the west and east ends of main street.
The Caraway Lions Club will again have a haunted house and hayrides.
This year the Lions Club haunted building where Riverside Tire was previously located. It will be open from 6-10 p.m.
Admission to the haunted house will be 50 cents for all ages.
The Lions Club will also sponsor hayrides for 50 cents, all ages.
Harvest Day is sponsored by the citizens, Lions Club and community of Caraway and the haunted house and hayrides are sponsored by the Lions Club.
Bernard Berry of the Caraway Lions Club invites everyone to come out and participate in the afternoon of activities. All proceeds from the Lion Club events is used to help provide glasses for children in the community that need assistance.