Ghoul School prepares haunted house

Youth in Ghoul School at Courtenay Recreation’s The LINC Youth Centre have been busy planning and preparing for their annual Haunted House.

THE HAUNTED HOUSE will soon be open at The LINC Youth Centre.

For the past six weeks youth in Ghoul School at Courtenay Recreation’s The LINC Youth Centre have been busy planning and preparing for their annual Haunted House.

This year’s Creepy Carnival theme — complete with eerie clowns, sinister magicians, and frightening carnival games, is sure to spook even the bravest souls.

“I love how organized the youth and volunteers have been this year — they have had a plan from the beginning and haven’t wasted any time putting it into action. It’s really coming together!” explains youth worker Alexis Forbes. “I think visitors will also like the interactive components of the Haunted House this year.”

The LINC’s Haunted House runs Oct. 24 to 26 and Oct. 29 to 30 from 6 to 8 p.m.  Admission is $2/entry, or $5  per family.

On Oct. 31, for half the fright, and double the fun, bring the little ones over after Courtenay Recreation’s Halloween Party; the Haunted House will be open from 5 to 7 p.m. for $1/entry or $2.50 per family.

For more information, call The LINC at 250-334-8138.

— The LINC

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