Boy Scouts Help Out ART Station


Photo courtesy of ART Station

ART Station Contemporary Arts Center will present the 27th  annual “A Tour of Southern Ghosts” at Stone Mountain Park beginning October 12 and running through October 28, 2012, Thursdays through Sundays.

At this bewitching time of the year, why not visitStone MountainParkand go on an evening adventure to the Antebellum Plantation for a “tour” with ghosts? The tour features fun and spooky ghost stories from the Antebellum South, great fun for young, old and, of course, a perfect family outing.  It’s for those who believe and for those who don’t and for those who just want to have a good time.  On the “tour” you’ll meet six professional storytellers as they spin tales of Southern ghosts along the lantern lit paths of the South’s most authentic and spookiest plantation.  Join ART Station for thisAtlantafamily tradition. Boo Y’all!

The official souvenir of “A Tour of Southern Ghosts” is called the boo box.  Each year, volunteers (mostly from the Stone Mountain Woman’s Club meet weekly prior to “Tour” to assemble these popular souvenirs.  This past Monday, some of the boy scouts of the Atlanta Area Council, Troup 876 helped out.

ART Station is located at5384 Manor Drivein historicStone MountainVillage.  Founded in 1986, ART Station is a non-profit contemporary arts center that provides cultural and educational opportunities to the entire community.  ART Station is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.