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It's the spooky season when all things spooky and otherworldly have a tendency to enter this plane.   For those that like the fang variety there is an event just for you.

Fang Fest

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This is a gathering of all things fangs.   Enjoy thrilling activities, musical performances, and a ton of monster fun.  This event is open to vampires, werewolves, or any fan of the supernatural.   The event will feature many bands, vendors, and a fun costume contest.

When: Saturday, October 28th, 3-10 pm.
Where: The Barn, The Barn, Cliffside Circle, Amarillo, TX, USA (just look for the giant revolver)
Cost: Free, costume contest is a $5 entry.

If fangs aren't your style, but you still want to be one with the ethereal, then another event is waiting just for you.

Dancing with the Spirits

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This event will open up a whole new world of dance.  It will be an unforgettable experience that will leave you and those who follow.   Activities include dancing, treats, shopping, and socializing.  The event is open to all during the day, but when the sun goes down, more spells are cast.

When: Saturday, October 28th, 3 pm - 3 am.  The event is open to kids under 21 until 10 p.m.  Once the clock strikes 10 pm all children will be asked to leave.

Where: Mariposa Eco-Village - 9101 Mariposa Drive

Cost: $5 before 9 pm, children under 14 free.  After 9 pm $10 21 and up only.  You can purchase tickets here.

If you are into something more supernatural than trick or treating, these events are for you.

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