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Community Advocacy Organization

CADL Announces 2022 Halloween Events and Activities

Lansing, MI – October 3, 2022 – Capital Area District Libraries (CADL) is excited to announce it will be hosting several events and activities in celebration of Halloween. Throughout the month of October, patrons will have the opportunity to enjoy performances from magicians, pumpkin painting events and more. Additional details about each event are provided below: Halloween Magic with Cameron Zvara The whole family can enjoy some spooky fun with comedy magician and entertainer, Cameron Zvara. Using a combination of magic, juggling, music and lots of audience participation, his shows guarantee big laughs and big fun for everyone. View Zvara’s performance schedule at Wanda the Wacky Witch Halloween Fun Show Wanda is a fun-loving, non-scary witch with plenty of wacky magic wands. Audiences will be laughing as she makes crazy jokes and tries to find the right wand to make the Halloween magic happen. View Wanda’s performance schedule at Author Event Author Kat Tedsen has researched hundreds of reported hauntings and legends of paranormal activity. Participants can learn how she got to the truth behind these myths and unsolved mysteries during this event, titled “Tales of Michigan Haunting and Other Unexplainable Things.” This event will be hosted in-person and virtually. Learn more at

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Pumpkin Painting Library patrons can get in the Halloween spirit by decorating a mini pumpkin that they can take home. Pumpkins and painting supplies will be provided (while supplies last). During the event, participants will have the chance to win passes to the

Ingham County Fair’s Jack-O-Lanterns Unleashed event, taking place throughout the month of October. A list of pumpkin painting events can be found here. Take & Makes Several CADL branches will be offering Halloween themed Take & Make kits, which include instructions and supplies to do a project or craft at home. Learn more at About CADL: Under the leadership of an appointed Board of Trustees, CADL serves most residents in Ingham County and part of Eaton County. With 13 branches and a Mobile Library, CADL’s service area includes 23 different municipalities. Its system is funded through a district-wide millage.


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