OCTOBER 29, 2010
Cemetery Tour 15th Annual Historical
AND THE DEAD TELL TALES Join us on Halloween Eve at the City’s two oldest cemeteries as costumed actors tell about the lives and deaths of those who have called Long Beach home. Along with ten graveside storytellers, you’ll learn about cemetery symbols, see examples of funeral advertising from around the turn of the century, enjoy free hot dogs and a fun walking tour beneath the trees.
Saturday, October 30, 2010 Sunnyside & Long Beach Municipal Cemeteries
1095 E. Willow Street (between Orange & California Avenues) • Tickets on sale from 9am to 12 noon • Presentations continuously from 9am to 2:30pm • Guided tours leave on the hour @ 9, 10, 11 & 12 Adults $18, Members $12, Students 12-18 $5, under 12 are free
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