Our events schedule for 2017 is now available- click here to download a printable copy. Updates to the website coming soon!
Our next event is the Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 15. We’ll soon be looking for donations of hard boiled and candy filled eggs for this year’s hunt. Stay tuned!
Wow, this year is going by fast! Mark your calendar for our annual Santa’s Workshop event is coming up Friday and Saturday December 2-3. Bring the family and enjoy free children’s craft stations on both floors of the Terre Hill Community Center as well as stories, performances, cookies and of course a visit with Santa! Photos with Santa are available for a small fee. Admission is free, event sponsored by the Terre Hill Days Committee, local organizations & businesses.
Our local churches will again be holding a “Drive through Bethlehem” in the park. Enter the park at the Main Street entrance Friday or Saturday from 7-9 pm for an interactive journey through Bethlehem.
Our annual Christmas Bazaar is coming up this Saturday! Stop by the Terre Hill Community Center this Saturday between 9 AM and 2 PM and browse several dozen vendors with loads holiday gifts and much more. Lunch and snacks will also be available. The Community Center is located at 128 W. Main Street, Terre Hill.
Last weekend we wrapped up the 14th annual Terre Hill Haunted Trail! The weather was a bit chilly and windy, but around 560 guests joined us for the event this year. Together, we raised over $5,000 for the Terre Hill Park!
I’ve had a bunch of folks over the past week asking about the trail and what’s in store for next year. Rather than have incorrect rumors spreading around, here’s the facts- Just before this year’s event kicked off, I announced to the staff that this would be my last year heading up the Haunted Trail. The event has meant so much to me over the years and I’ve deeply enjoyed working with my fellow volunteers and committee members to grow the event. We’ve had so much positive feedback over the years, and enjoyed support from the community as well as area businesses.
Sadly, the event requires an enormous time commitment. While we’ve had a great team, we just haven’t had the manpower needed to set up and tear down the event- nor have I had the time to commit that I once had. Rather than see the event decline in quality, I must let it go.
To everyone that’s ever been a part of the Terre Hill Haunted Trail, a sincere Thank You!