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It’s Moonlight Madness in Marble Falls!

Moonlight Madness is Oct. 24 in Marble Falls, and several businesses are staying open late for the shop-local event and offering great deals and prizes to kick off the holiday shopping season. Find a map of businesses in the Oct. 23 edition of The Picayune. Staff photos by Connie Swinney

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Salon on Broadway staff Ronelda Wendler (standing) and Mary Ulbricht prepare to transform into Oompa Loompas for their Moonlight Madness costume theme on Oct. 24. The business, 1007A Broadway Ave. in Marble Falls, will stay open later than normal from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. to offer gift-basket prize giveaways and 25 percent off services and products.

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The Book Shop staff Julie Johnson (left), Dortha Coalter and Robin Shorb display the books “The Hunger Games” and “House of Hades,” which are part of a prize giveaway for customers during Moonlight Madness on Oct. 24. The book store, 212 Main St. in Marble Falls, is staying open at least two hours later than normal (to about 7 p.m.) to coax customers into starting their shopping season with their business.

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Kim Oppenheim of Houston’s Depot, 307 Main St. in the Old Oak Square in Marble Falls, shows off a piece of peach cobbler the restaurant will offer free with the purchase of an adult entree in celebration of Moonlight Madness on Oct. 24. The diner is open later than usual from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to help customers enjoy at little Moonlight Madness. Oppenheim’s ‘fabulous’ witch’s hat, along with holiday-themed home decor, is available at GG Ganache, adjacent to the eatery.

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The staff at Ritchie Dental, 1000 Marble Heights Drive in Marble Falls, are participating in Moonlight Madness festivities Oct. 24 by dressing in costumes with a zoo theme and offering patients Halloween snacks. Pictured are Fatima Hernandez (left) of Marble Falls, Jennifer Graham of Kingsland, Jacy Shelburn of Burnet and Shelby Butler and Caybrie Staedtler, both of Marble Falls.

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Jenna Carter of Burnet dresses as a ‘flower child’ along with her co-workers at the Goodwill, 2510 U.S. 281 in Marble Falls, for Moonlight Madness on Oct. 24.

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