OAK LAWN, Ill. – In a bone-chilling Halloween spectacle, the Oak Lawn Public Library has teamed up with Chapel Hill Gardens South Funeral Home and Cemetery for two thrilling graveyard-themed events this fall.
Experience an enchanting lantern-lit cemetery tour, showcasing the final resting place of the iconic White Sox pitcher, Billy Pierce. Journey deeper into the macabre with the “Death Café” where Family Services Counselor Michael Kozlowski and Funeral Director Shelley Murray shed light on death’s enigmas.
Join the hauntingly serene stroll at Chapel Hill Gardens South on Saturday, Oct. 28, 6-7:30 p.m., illuminated by faux candles. Dive into spine-tingling tales and notable graves from Chicago’s rich history.
Craving darker discussions? The adult-exclusive Death Café on Friday, Oct. 13, 2-3 p.m., promises candid conversations on mortality, coupled with autumn treats.
Slots are dwindling; reserve now at cal.olpl.org. Queries? Contact Kaye Jansen at (708) 422-4990, Ext. 530. Beware… it’s bound to be a ghostly good time!