Sixth Annual Crozet Spirit Walk at the Field School October 17 and 18

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Jay Fennell performed as Samuel Miller, founder of the Miller School, in the Field School's Spirit Walk through Crozet Oct. 23 and 24.
Jay Fennell performed as Samuel Miller, founder of the Miller School, in the Field School’s first Spirit Walk in 2009.

Historical haunts return to Crozet Avenue this Friday and Saturday, October 17 and 18, when the Field School of Charlottesville hosts its sixth annual Spirit Walk to celebrate the history of Crozet and Western Albemarle.

This family-friendly evening offers visits with the likes of famous figures around town who share entertaining and educational facts about the history of our town and its people.

The Spirit Walk begins at the Field School where guests are greeted by a ghostly guide who shares tales of old Crozet on the short bus ride down to The Square.

There, they then disembark to begin the short return walk up Crozet Avenue to the Field School. Along the way the guests are introduced to famous friends who share their history of our community.

The tour ends at the Field School where hot apple cider, donuts, baked goods, and the Field School’s famous home-made apple butter will be available for purchase.

Tickets for the Spirit Walk are $10 for adults and all children under 16 are free. Tickets can be purchased in advance at Green House Coffee in Crozet or at the event.

The Field School of Charlottesville is located at 1408 Crozet Avenue, Crozet, VA. The Field School of Charlottesville is a middle school for boys with the mission to develop well-rounded boys of character and accomplishment.

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