Have a ghoulishly good Halloween at VanDusen Botanical Garden

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      Kids who visit VanDusen Botanical Garden (5251 Oak Street) are usually thrilled by the Elizabethan maze, indigenous medicine-wheel ceremonies, and large carp in Heron Lake.

      At VanDusen Glow in the Garden from October 24 to 31, families can have even more fun by dressing in costumes and going on a Halloween walk in the woods.

      There will be a light show, some creepy music, and memorable carvings by extreme pumpkin specialists Clive Cooper and Bruce Waugh.

      Afterward, children can create Halloween crafts as parents partake in pumpkin-and-hot-apple cider at a popup shop in the plaza.