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Rosendale Zombie Fest 

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The undead will come to life in the town's fourth-annual event honoring these fantastical flesh-eating friends on September 28. Come dressed in your drabbest clothes or get yourself a pallid makeover at Captain Cruella Moxham's ZomBie makeup booth and creep your way over to Willow Kiln Park for a parade down Main Street. Musician Fre Atlast leads the march with her drum ensemble, Birds of a Feather. Later, head back to the park for a costume contest to see if your soulless-corpse look makes the cut, and listen to some tunes from local bands and DJs, including Gospel-funk group Voodelic. End the celebration with a screening of the '60s horror flick I Eat Your Skin at the Rosendale Theatre. Also, don't forget to bring your nonperishables—canned goods, not your fellow zombies—to donate to the local food pantry. Redhopeproductions@yahoo.com.

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