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Ghost of Tom Conroy (a.k.a. Lenard Lindstrom), Witch Dawna Ottenbreit, Julia Bowles, and Maggy Ottenbreit during the 2011 Halloween Haunt.
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.
Trick-or-treaters during the 2011 Halloween Haunt.
Chef/Mayor Dave Pernarowski in front of the Trapper's Cabin 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.
Dead Bride Rose Lariviere overseeing Dix's Dance Hall during the 2011 Halloween Haunt.