Stenton celebrates Halloween in Germantown with haunted cellar tour, pumpkin decorating and more [photos]

Stenton celebrated Halloween by inviting the community out for an afternoon of family friendly fun. Children enjoyed games, crafts, pumpkin decorating, face painting and a scary haunted cellar tour.

“This event is a chance for us to open our doors to the community, for them to come and have fun, it’s free, full of fun of activities ” said Kaelyn Barr, director of education at Stenton.

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