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How to make an Easter basket cake

To make the Easter Basket Cake, first mask the cake with a thin layer of icing and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Using a pastry bag fitted with a basketweave tip, alternately pipe a short horizontal line, then a short vertical line, rotating around the entire bottom of the cake, until you reach the point where you started.

Continue with another row above these lines, alternating the vertical and horizontal stripes with what is on the bottom. Keep adding rows until you reach the top.

Create a border by weaving the tip around the top of the cake's perimeter.

Bend a forsythia branch over the top of the cake and tuck the tips into the side for a basket handle.

Fill the center of the "basket" with toasted coconut that has been tinted green.

Place chocolate eggs and other candies in the center of the basket.

New Year's Eve at The Brady Theater

Say GOODBYE TO 2013 and ring in 2014 at The Historic Brady Theater!  Full Bar!  Dance ALL NIGHT on The HUGE BRADY STAGE!  Enjoy entertainment from a Live DJ, Brady Orchestra, The Sellouts and  Jumpshots feat. Jenny Labow!  Drink Specials ALL NIGHT LONG!  FREE Champagne toast at Midnight!

Tickets on sale at The Brady Theater Box office and

Reasor's and Starship Records in Tulsa Buy For Less locations in OKC By phone @ 866.977.6849 Online @ Tickets are $25 Advance  $30 At The Door  VIP Tickets $50-VIP Tickets include  Champagne, glasses, & party favors.  VIP Tables hold 8 people and you must  purchase all 8 seats. Doors open at 8pm Must 21+ To Attend


Keeping It Local For The Holidays

Keeping it Local for the Holidays December 07, 2013 9:00 a.m. – 3:00pm

Claremore Community Center

2301 N Sioux Ave

Claremore Ok 74017


Crafts, Crafts and more Crafts!

Avon, It Works, Mary Kay, Premier Jewelry, Scentsy, Thirty–One, Tupperware and more!


The famous Perry Dogs will be out front so come try them for lunch!


Free gift bag to first 250 adult customers!

Please bring a canned good item to donate to local food shelter

Haunted Castle of Muskogee

The Haunted Castle of Muskogee 11 Spooktacular Events from not scary to VERY SCARY!

You’ll find thrills for the entire family both inside and outside.

Halloween Festival is Open Fridays and Saturdays, PLUS Halloween night!

October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26, 31st and November 1, 2

6pm until 10pm

Tickets are not sold after 10pm!

Visit Pumpkin Kingdom Thursday through Saturday, 10am-6pm – opening October 3rd!


Buy tickets online and save time in line! Click HERE.

Need a costume, mask, or wig? Find your perfect Halloween ensemble HERE!

Halloween Ticket Packages

Fright Combo $25:Casa MorteDomus HorrificusTrail of BloodUltimate Maze



Child Fun Pack $15:HayrideUltimate MazeTorture ChamberPirate Ship StageEnchanted Boardwalk Adult Fun Pack $20:HayrideUltimate MazeTorture ChamberPirate Ship StageEnchanted Boardwalk


Halloween Village:

Start in the Halloween Village with FREE ADMISSION. You can find hot and cold drinks, food, shops, ghost stories, fortune tellers, music, games, bounce houses, and many of your favorite monsters. The village is wheel-chair accessible (Children 15 and Under must be accompanied by a parent)

Gates are open 6pm till 10pm.

Pumpkin Kingdom:

A child-friendly atmosphere. For $5.00 your child can pick out their very own pumpkin,visit the petting zoo, and receive a ticket to one bounce house of their choice.

Cash only. If you would like to schedule your school, please click HERE or call (918)687-3625.

Open Thursday through Saturday 10am till 6pm.


A safe Halloween area for the little ones. It’s a carnival of delight with no scares. (Accompanying adults do not need a ticket)

Wheelchair accessible. $4.00. Open 6pm till 9pm.

Pirate Ship Stage:

Experience the delights of Raks al Hassana dance and the magic of Matthew Van Zee – entertainment for the entire family.

Wheelchair accessible. $8.00 Adults and $5.00 children 12 and under. 30 minute shows starting at 7pm. Last show starts at 9:30 pm.

Enchanted Boardwalk:bobby blackspot - 2009 - castleton photos

Meander through the Boardwalk and behold over 200 Halloween inflatables…keep an eye out for faeries!

Wheelchair accessible. $2.00. Open 7:30 pm till close.

Torture Chamber:

See what really happened in medieval times in the depths of the dungeons.

Wheelchair accessible. $2.00. Open 7:30 pm till close.

Ultimate Maze:

Dare to walk the many pathways of this haunted maze.

$8.00 Adult $5.00 for children 12 and under. Open 7:40 pm till close.

Haunted Hayride:

A ride through the Castle grounds.

$10.00 Adults and $7.00 for children 12 and under. Open 7:40 pm till close.

Casa Morte:

A journey through the labyrinth of the medieval castle and into the cemetery, with chills around every corner.

Wheelchair accessible. $8.00 all tickets. Open 7:30 pm till 8:35 pm and 9pm till close.

Domus Horrificus:

The ultimate Halloween spook house. Watch out for a variety of characters you only thought were in movies. Recommended for patrons 12 years and older.

$8.00 all tickets. Open 7:30 pm till 9pm and 9:25 pm till close. 

Trail of Blood:

A stroll through the haunted woods at night, through a cemetery. Recommended for patrons 12 years and older.  Not recommended for the faint of heart.

$10.00 all tickets. Open 7:40 pm till close. 

The Dark Castle Zombie Hunt

Hunt zombies and search for survivors in an overrun compound. Recommended for patrons 12 years and older. A limited number of tickets are sold each night.

$15 all tickets or 2/$25. Open 6pm through close.

Psychopath Haunted Attraction

OPENING WEEKEND Friday Oct. 4 and Saturday Oct. 5


* Visit Psycho Path Haunted Attraction during OPENING WEEKEND and automatically receive OUR OPENING WEEKEND SPECIAL:


PSYCHO PATH HAUNTED ATTRACTION The woods are shrouded by a blanket of fog. All you can see is the narrow path taking you deeper and deeper into the darkness… where creatures wait behind every twist and turn. Your blood suddenly runs cold – you’ve just realized there’s no turning back. You have no choice but to continue. Can you survive the night? I’m afraid the Psycho Path may be your only way home THE DARK RIDE The Dark Ride begins with a journey through the haunted forest on a dark and mysterious path where you will board your Scareage that will take you on a thrilling haunted adventure that will leave you with a chilling experience as you encounter the ghostly creatures that roam the woods.   The Dark Ride is our signature scareage ride through our nearly mile long trail. THIS IS NOT A HAYRIDE!   RAGE CAGE AND LAST RIDE The Rage Cage is a walk through cage like maze. Good luck finding your way out! The Last Ride is a coffin simulator where you can feel what it’s like to be buried alive!   SHADOW BOX The Shadow Box is our 4,160 sq. ft. walk through haunted house. THE STORY Flashback to the 1920s Luthor is an 8 year old boy. His parents just died in a horrible auto accident. Luthor has no other family, except one introvert uncle. Luthor’s uncle owns the only funeral home in a small town.  Luthor’s guardian is now his uncle and he goes to live with him. Luthor’s uncle is not too fond of having to raise him, he’s a busy man with no friends or family. No one wants to be friends with the guy who owns the only funeral home in town. So, as the uncle performs his work, he makes Luthor sit where he can be watched which also means he watches his uncle prepare bodies for the grave.  Unfortunately, the first people Luthor sees his uncle work on are his parents.  This dreadful experience plants a seed in Luthor, and he begins to think. As the years go by, Luthor’s uncle starts making him work on corpses in order to earn his keep.  Eventually Luthor inhereits his uncle’s trade. Flash to the 1950s Thirty years have gone by, Luthor’s uncle is dead now, but the funeral home hasn’t changed much.  It’s decor is stuck somewhere between the Victorian eraand the 1950s and so is Luthor’s mind.  The people of the town start to wonder.  What is Luthor doing to those bodies. Now that Luthor has the run of the place, he decides to start his own experiements, to create the family he never had…

General Dark Ride $10    General Shadow Box $8    General Combo $15


Child Dark Ride $8            Child Shadow Box $5         Child Combo $10


(Can not be combined with any other discount, coupon or promotion)


*ONLINE Pricing ALREADY reflects Opening Weekend Special




$5 OFF  


*AT THE TICKET BOOTH – Bring your coupon to the ticket booth when purchasing tickets to receive $5.00 off General Admission Prices (can not be combined with any other discount or promotion)




*ON-LINE PURCHASING – Enter coupon code PSYCHO5 at checkout when purchasing ticketsonline (can not be combined with any other discount or promotion)






  • Check our list of locations under the PROMOS tab to find out where you can pick-up your coupons locally


  • Use coupon code PSYCHO5 when purchasing tickets online








         *Visit Psycho Path Haunted Attraction on one of our WEEKNIGHTS:


                              Wednesday October 16   Thursday October 17


                              Thursday October 24       *HALLOWEEN* Thursday October 31


               AND RECEIVE  $10 OFF General Combo tickets (can not be combined with any other discount or promotion)


               $5 OFF Child General Combo tickets (can not be combined with any other discount or promotion)






$10 OFF General Combo – Enter coupon code PSYCHO10 at checkout


$5 OFF Child General Combo – Enter coupon code PSCYHOCHILD5 at checkout


*These coupon codes will only be valid when purchasing General Combo and Child General Combo tickets online for the following dates: October 16, October 17, October 24 and October 31, 2013.

Black Barts Spooky Hayride

Enjoy Black Barts Spooky Hayride with the whole family Friday-Sunday October 4th-27th.  

 Hours:  Friday's 4p-7p,  Saturday 10am-7p. Sunday (pumpkin patch only 1p-7p)

Pumpkin patch, pony rides, playground, petting zoo, hay maze. No age limit. One free adult per paid child.    

Fri & Sat 7:30-10:30: Black Bart’s Spooky Hayride. PG13.

Enjoy the holidays without blowing your budget

The holiday sales have landed in your inbox, mailbox and newspapers. Whether it's holiday travel discounts or deals on the must-have toy, temptation lurks everywhere and it will only heighten as we get deeper into November.

Black Friday is no longer a post-turkey day highlight. It's right there with the pumpkins and scarecrows. With so much pulling at you, it can be challenging to make it a festive rather than frustrating season. To keep the stress level low and the smiles wide, adhere to some fast and true strategies this time of the year, said Patricia Stallworth of Johns Creek, Ga. Stallworth is a certified financial planner and author of "Minding Your Money." She also hosts the blog.

She shared seven strategies to enjoying the holidays without blowing your budget:

1.  Start with a clearly defined budget. The holidays can impact several parts of your budget, from food to gifts to possibly even travel, so come up with a total budget in each of the categories. If you are really concerned, set up envelopes for each category like food, gifts, etc. Put the allotted cash in each envelope and stop spending when it is empty.

2.  Develop a plan. Keeping your budget in mind, plan your activities, gift lists, and other forms of celebration -- from menus for entertaining to stamps for cards. Use your plan to create shopping lists for each category.

3.  Get creative. Ask your family to draw names so you can cut down on the number of gifts you need to buy. Make gifts like cookies or craft items, and give "your time" gifts, like washing the car, cleaning and babysitting.

4.  Always shop with your list. The decorations and sale signs are tempting so don’t let them distract you from your appointed mission. Also, consider layaway programs.

5.  Get back to the real meaning of the holiday season. The holiday’s are all about families. Instead of spending all of your time in the malls or online, plan low-cost activities that the whole family can participate in.

6.  Give to charity. Giving to charity warms you twice. Once when you give it and again at tax time when you deduct it.

7.  Start a savings plan for next year. While it’s still fresh in your mind, add up all of the extras you needed for the holidays, divide that amount by 12, and start a 12 month savings plan for next year so you can enjoy the holidays without worrying about busting your budget.

Jack-o-lantern Spectacular

Polar bear swimmers take the plunge

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