Haunted Halloween Party at the Bodega Schoolhouse
UPDATE: Ghost Sighting at the Potter Schoolhouse.
A recent visitor to the Potter Schoolhouse in Bodega snapped this pic while on vacation and captured this ghostly manifestation in the window. Further, the picture has been authenticated by Paranormal Researcher, Blair Jett, who states "clearly this is not a manipulation".
Haunted Halloween at the Bodega Schoolhouse
Why: A fun way to help raise needed operating funds for the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center
Where: at the historic Potter School, 17110 Bodega Lane, Bodega
When: Saturday, October 26, 7:30-11:30 p.m.
How much and how to get tickets: $100/person, aged 21 and over. Raffle tickets: $50
Tickets available online or at 390 Morris Street, Sebastopol
Tickets can also be purchased over the phone at 707-479-1717.
Unable to attend? That's OK, you can still enter the Raffle for a Trip for 2 to Maui!
TO BUY RAFFLE TICKETS or EVENT TICKETS CONTACT DIANA at 707 479-1717 or email@example.com
If not present, the lucky winner will be notified by phone and email.
Silent auction, food, wine and desserts, dancing and music from the Steve Morris Band.
Featuring "History and Haunting", true tales from the past
Celebrating the 140th anniversary of the first party in the schoolhouse and. 50th anniversary of the filming of "The Birds".
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Raffle prize is a trip for 2 to Maui for seven night in beautiful Ka'anapali.
All suites include one bedroom, kitchen, two bathrooms, living room, lanai, and gorgeous island views.
A $2500 value!
About the Bodega Schoolhouse & The Birds:
Check out this website about real hauntings at the Bodega Schoolhouse: http://www.ghosthauntings.org/Potter_Schoolhouse.html
Article and Slideshow about the history of the house: http://www.californiahomedesign.com/house-tours/visit-alfred-hitchcocks-birds-school-house/slide/8801
Learn about the filming of The Birds: http://www.filminamerica.com/Movies/TheBirds/
NBC piece on the 50th Anniversary Celebration: http://www.bodegabirds.com/
Hauntings at the Bodega Schoolhouse