GREENBUSH, Wis. - A historic house in Sheboygan County celebrated fall and Halloween traditions the weekend of October 12.
The Wade House hosted its end-of-season "Autumn Celebration" October 12-13.
Guests could take part in several fall and Hallowee-themed activities, like pumpkin carving and wagon rides. They also learned about early Halloween traditions dating back to around the time Wade House was built.
"Especially since Halloween has become such a big holiday here in the United States, I think it's really important to know where those traditions come from," said Lead Interpreter Betsy Urven.
The Wade House is one of only 12 historic sites that belong to the Wisconsin Historical Society. The house was built in 1850.
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