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Reminder: Spooktacular Haunted House is Tomorrow

Get ready to be scared and delighted with a lot of Halloween fun at Simonds Park this weekend.

The following is a release from the BHS Interact Club:

Ready for some scary Halloween fun?

The Burlington Recreation Department, The Rotary Club of Burlington and the Burlington High School Rotary Interact Club will host the third annual “Spooktacular” on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 3:30 – 6:00 p.m. at Simonds Park (rain/snow date will be Oct.  28).

People Helping People will be on hand accepting cash and food donations.  Requested food donations are canned goods such as soups and vegetables. This is a great way to teach your children how to enjoy themselves and at the same time give back to the community they live in by bringing a canned good or a cash donation.   There is no charge for admission to this event.

Our first year over 1,000 people attended the Spooktacular.  Unfortunately last year we encountered that unexpected October snow storm – but we won’t let that happen this year! 

Once again this year there will be a Haunted House which is constructed and staffed by the Burlington High School Interact Club. There will also be a Hay Maze, Bonfire, Snacks, and Games. 

Harvey the Milk Shake Van from b.good will once again make an appearance with milkshakes. The Rainforest Café, located at the Burlington Mall. will be serving hot chocolate.   AMC Theatre in Burlington is once again donating Pop Corn.  TD Bank  will be donating pumpkins.  Paula Salvucci owner of True North Coffee will be on hand once again for cookie decorating.  The Weiner Family owners of Dunkin Donuts on Cambridge Street in Burlington will donate donuts for the donut game!   

Mark your calendar and save the date – plan to attend the Third annual Spooktacular at Simonds Park on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 3:30 – 6 p.m. and don’t forget to bring a canned good or a donation for People Helping People! 

For additional questions on this event, see www.burlington.org

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