Nightmare on Kerry Street Offers Halloween Thrills
Prince George, B.C. – All sorts of spooky fun today at AiMHi.
The non-profit is hosting its second annual Nightmare on Kerry Street – where they’ve turned their gymnasium into a full on haunted house.
“It is suitable for all ages but if your child is under the age of six they could be scared,” says executive assistant Sherry Laxdal. “We do warn that it is a haunted house, it is scary.”
She says another area in the building has been set up for younger kids and features games, colouring and pumpkins. They will also be offering a spooktacular lunch featuring sloppy joe’s and freshly made cinnamon buns.
Laxdal says the event is a celebration of Community Living Month which is held each October.
The haunted house will be open to the public from 11-3. Admission is free.
I find it funny that they have to put a disclaimer on a haunted house exhibit to let parents know it is scary.
If some parents are that clueless about haunted houses makes me wonder what else they are clueless about
On the other hand I attended a families haunted house tour last year which they did for the neighbourhood kids in their area and I must say they did a great job of it but sadly this year it isn’t happening in part due to the weather and that both will be working that day.
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