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The Historic Haunt is over! People came from Roanoke Rapids, Franklin and Windsor to be scared and thrilled by the forty plus actors, tour guides and activities ghouls! Murfreesboro rocks Halloween! The Historic Association's Long Tradional Ghost Tour meets the Flanagan House's Historic Haunt and what followed was two nights of Halloween madness and fun! See you next year! One final weekend before "Are you being Served?" playing at the Gallery Theatre in neighboring Ahoskie ends! Months of rehearsals for two weekends of making people laugh! Next play is an all female cast when the Gallery brings American classic Steel Magnolias to the Marquee! I will be the stage manager for the play! Been d

Recipe to take the chill out

With the start of the holiday season starting it is time to dust off those family recipes and perhaps introduce some new ones! Here at The Flanagan House we really look forward to Fall and Winter. Do you enjoy a nice warm bowl of oatmeal in the morning? How about using eggnog to make your french toast? Better yet how about making a breakfast casserole using oatmeal and eggnog! So many options this time of the year for a great hot breakfast. Irish Oatmeal Brulee serves 4-8 depending on serving size 8 cups of Vanilla Almond Milk or Eggnog Flavor of your choice Cinnamon stick 2 cups of Steel Cut Oatmeal assorted dried fruit and nuts of your choice. Honey or Maple Syrup to sweeten Brown Suga

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