The Electric City Trolley Museum’s Inaugural Halloween Fest

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SCRANTON --It was more than just fun and games for some families in Scranton.

Sunday also included a mini history lesson at the Electric City Trolley Station and Museum's Inaugural Halloween Fest.

The director of the museum Maureen McGuigan said, "The museum is such a great community space. It's our history, but it's also kind of a fun place to do activities so we just wanted to have a warm, community, family feeling and learn something about the area's history too."

In addition to trolley rides, kids also enjoyed arts and crafts, a costume contest and Halloween treats here in Scranton.

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