The newest “Ghost Busters” movie is coming to haunt the Town of Many on Oct. 21.
It’s part of a giant Halloween party that Many Mayor Ken Freeman, the Many Cultural District Advisory Committee, and the Many City Council are hosting at the Many Community Center for the children of Many and Sabine Parish.
Ghosts and goblins, witches, black cats, popcorn and soft drinks, special treats are part of the huge costume party on Saturday, Oct. 21. The party starts at 6:30 with free admission to the movie “Ghostsbusters: Answer the Call” which will be the feature movie. It is the third and latest movie in the Ghostbusters series of films.
Children and their families are all urged to wear their favorite costumes to the Community Center. Pictures of children in costume will be made in the lobby.
Ghostbusters III (also known as Ghostbusters: Answer the Call ) is a 2016 supernatural comedy film. The film stars Melissa McCarthy, Andy Garcia and Chris Hemsworth. It is the third Ghostbusters feature film. The story focuses on four women who begin a ghost-catching business in New York City and their misadventures as they attempt to catch ghosts.
Mayor Ken Freeman says there are lots of surprises for children and their families who attend the annual Halloween party, and he promises that everyone will have a great time.
“I want to encourage children, parents, grandparents — everyone — to come to our annual Halloween Party, and to be sure and wear costumes,” Freeman said. “The costumes make it more fun for everyone.”
Freeman continued, “My staff and volunteers from the Cultural District Advisory Committee have worked really hard to make this year’s party very special. So please come and enjoy yourselves at the Many Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 21.”
The giant Halloween party is just one of many events that take place in the Many Cultural District. All events are part of an overall plan to provide Movies in Many, Arts and Crafts in Many, Music in Many, a Christmas Festival, and many other special events for the citizens of Many so they can stay home and enjoy their hometown activities and events.