Stroll Haunted Yarmouth 2019

The Royal River Community Players, Yarmouth Village Improvement Society and Yarmouth Historical Society present the second annual Stroll Haunted Yarmouth, a series of fictional stories based on historical facts surrounding Hillside Cemetery, the Old Meeting House and the Reverend Thomas Green House.

Participants will be entertained by actors portraying historic townspeople such as Hiram Hatch, a mechanic and carriage builder who introduced the folding “bellows top” carriage to Yarmouth, Jane Prince Blanchard, the “oldest resident” of the cemetery who lived to be 99 years old, and Amos Storer, the town baker who was known for his bun cart.

Friday, October 18th: 7:00 pm
Saturday, October 19th: 5:00 pm, 8:00 pm
Friday, October 25th: 7:00 pm
Saturday, October 26th: 5:00 pm, 8:00 pm

Location: Old Meeting House, 25 Hillside Street, Yarmouth, Maine

Tickets: $15 per person online, $17 at the door while supplies last. Stroll will last an hour. Tickets go on sale to the general public October 1st.

Participants will be divided into 8 groups of 10. At checkout you can select one of the stroll groups. All the groups will rotate and see all the enactments.
•       Dress warmly
•       Wear comfortable shoes
•       Lighting will be provided for all strolls
•       Cost includes hot drink and a treat

For questions please email
Old Meeting House
25 Hillside Street
ME 04096