NEWS RELEASE · 25th October 2012
Heritage Park Museum
The HALLOWEEN HOWL returns for the eleventh time to Heritage Park Museum from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on October 31st. This year promises more spine-tingling chills than ever. There are haunted horrors, witches, ghouls, spooks and graveyards of restless souls lurking around every corner. A cup of witches’ brew (hot chocolate) awaits those who dare to enter. There will be frightening rewards for the best-dressed child and the best-dressed family. Everyone is welcome.
Admission is by donation, with all proceeds going to community programming at the museum. Last year, 798 children and parents trick-or-treated through the haunted log cabins, so don’t be late! Thanks to Chances Terrace, Liquidation World, Rona, Safeway, Save-On-Foods, Daybreak Farms, the City of Terrace, and the many volunteers who help us to continue offering this event.
Visit our website at heritageparkmuseum.com or call 250-635-4546 for more information.
Trick-or-treaters during the 2011 Halloween Haunt.
Chef/Mayor Dave Pernarowski in front of the Trapper's Cabin during the 2011 Halloween Haunt.
Dead Bride Rose Lariviere overseeing Dix's Dance Hall during the 2011 Halloween Haunt.