The Witches of South Walton are set to ride in the 17th Annual Witch Ride this weekend but not without some changes in place for 2020.
The Witches will still be riding to support the Children’s Volunteer Health Network (CVHN) but they are expanding out of just South Walton. This year they will go on a ride in the Bluewater Bay/Niceville area!
“What started out as a casual ride amongst friends in 2004 has grown into nearly 400 participants in 2019” said Stephen Brinker, President of the Witches of South Walton. “Our 2019 ride raised more than $19,000 dollars for CVHN crushing our previous year’s total. It’s always great to see how something as simple as riding a bike can get so many ladies together to help those in need.”
The rides will take place on the Friday & Saturday of Halloween weekend, launching from Gulf Place in South Walton and Bluewater Bay in Okaloosa County.
“We have participants come in town from all over the country, and every year, riders rave about how much fun this event is,” said Carol Stafford, a ride founder. “Nothing gets you in the spirit of Halloween like dressing as a witch and riding your bike down Highway 30A. We get lots of honks and give lots of cackles!”
For more information & details about all events, go to the Witches of South Walton website at www.WitchesOfSouthWalton.com.