We invite you to join us for three weeks of exploration, discovery, and rewards! Our library has teamed up with the Jonesborough community to bring you a virtual alternative to the beloved Haunts and Happenings event.

Our resident ghost, Laura the Librarian, is welcoming everyone back to Tennessee’s oldest town for another chapter of our virtual Trick-or-Treat event: Ghoulish Goodies! Laura is making it a little different this year!

How It Works: Participating businesses in Jonesborough’s Main Street district will have the codes easily displayed in their windows and they will be changed every Monday. The businesses will be divided into four groups each week, with each group having a collective badge. Each badge will be worth a small bag of candy and tickets to enter into our raffles.

Each week there will also be one secret badge that you can earn for a full-sized candy bar! These secret codes will be located inside a few select businesses. Some codes may earn you an instant reward from the business itself!

Logo for the Beanstack app

In order to participate, please visit our Beanstack website and register! You can also download the Beanstack app for both iOS and Android devices! If you have already created an account from last year or any of our other virtual programs, you do not have to make a new account! Just sign in and join the “Ghoulish Goodies: Chapter 2” challenge.

Registration for this event will begin September 20th and end October 17th. ***If you register for the event after October 17th, any badges unlocked will not be counted towards earning any prizes.

After creating your account, you will be able to register for this event and start collecting codes from October 4th through October 24th.

For tips on how to use Beanstack, check out this quick guide: Beanstack Getting Started

On October 24th, the event ends and we will put together your personalized Trick-or-Treat bags based on the badges you earned! Your bags will be ready to be picked up in-person or via our Curbside Service at the Jonesborough Library beginning October 25th.

This event is free and open to all ages!

For questions, please contact Allen McCumber at: amccumber@wclibrarytn.org

All of our programs are sponsored and made possible thanks to our Friends of the Library group. If you are interested in joining or to find out how you can help support us, please call either of our library locations.


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