If you missed the announcement about the Hayride and Bonfire next Saturday then scroll back to the NOTTs section.
Note that this event features a Hayride, not a Hagride.
What’s a hagride?
Hagride is actually an archaic transitive verb that means “to afflict with worry, dread, need, or the like; torment.” It apparently originally referred to a witch’s well-known penchant for riding brooms, as in “they hagrode over the farmhouse.” Later, it came to mean anything that weighs on you and causes you psychic pain.
Just one of the interesting archaic words that Dictionary.com would like for us to bring back and definitely not a Hayride, which is certainly an orgulous joyance attended by bawcocks and eyesome ladies.
What he said!