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Annual Two Roads Roadsmary’s Baby Pumpkin Fest

October 20 @ 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Two Roads Brewing Company invites you to the Annual Roadsmary’s Baby Pumpkin Fest on Saturday, October 20th from 4:00-9:00pm! This bottle release & screening of the classic film, Rosemary’s Baby, will take place in our Hop Yard!

$20.00 ticket includes:

Entry into the pumpkin festival
A pint of Roadsmary’s Baby
An outdoor screening of Rocky Horror Picture — starting @ 7:30pm
Access to Fall themed activities!

BUT THATS NOT ALL! We will also be holding our first Roadsmary’s Baby Horror Film Competition with $500 going to the winner! To learn more or register visit filmfreeway.com/TwoRoadsRoadsmarysBabyFilmContest

*This festival is OUTDOORS – please dress accordingly! Bring your own chair + blanket in with you the first time – NO RE-ENTRY!
All items subject to search! Items NOT permitted in the festival: Coolers, Umbrella’s, Outside Beverages

REMEMBER: Last call is at 8:30 PM, Beer Stations shut down at 8:45PM. PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY!

This is an 21+ festival. No children, babies, or animals permitted!

Details

Date:
October 20
Time:
4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Location

Two Roads Brewing Company
1700 Stratford Ave
Stratford, CT 06615 United States
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Website:
tworoadsbrewing.com


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