We are hosting a Haunted Garden Tour in Bowling Green and the surrounding area! This effort is a fundraiser to raise awareness about the upcoming election and empower the local chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth to increase voter registration, education and mobilization! With everyone's safety and health in mind, this event will be contact-less and socially distanced. Since Halloween and Get Out the Vote efforts must look different this year, we hope the Haunted Garden Tour will save Halloween and democracy!

Please register to receive the map of the Haunted Garden Tour! You will receive a SPOOKtacular KFTC Haunted Garden Tour swag bag, along with the map and voter information delivered to your house. With the Haunted Garden Tour map you will have exclusive access to all the best decorated and spooky spots in Bowling Green. We also will invite you to join in with our judging for best decorations.Tour participants are asked to make a one-time donation to the SOKY KFTC chapter, or register for KFTC membership if you have not done so already! We suggest $5, but this is a pay-as-you-can donation, so please only donate what you can afford and know that everyone is welcome! It's an EEKciting time to join the fun!

About the KFTC Southern Kentucky chapter: The Southern Kentucky chapter is a diverse and active group of people working to build a better future for all. We aim to hold our elected officials accountable as we create a more just, healthy, and sustainable community. The SOKY chapter is currently working on fair housing, tax justice, fairness, voter empowerment, and clean, safe, and affordable energy options. We are always looking to increase membership, and build representation from the ground up. Working together we are building the movement for economic, environmental and social justice in southern Kentucky! Please join us at an upcoming chapter meeting and consider joining KFTC. #Squadghouls

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Schedules

  • Starting Friday, October 23rd, 2020, repeats every day until Saturday, October 24, 2020 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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