This is going to be a big weekend for Henry Street Horrors & the Livingston County 4-H Park. On Friday & Saturday (October 28th & 29th) the haunted house will be open from 7PM-11PM. We expect these to be busy nights, so come early & be patient while you wait in line. We will stop selling tickets at 11PM, but will not close the haunted house until the last group of has gone through that night.
On Sunday, Henry Street Horrors will host the 4th annual Mick Day at the 4-H Park. This free kids event is suggested for children 12 years old and under & will take place from 1PM-5PM. We ask that you bring at least one non-perishable good for donation to the Livingston County Food Pantry per child. For more information including a complete rundown of all the times & events visit the Mick Day page.
Then, Monday night will be Halloween. It’s the day the cast & crew of Henry Street Horrors looks forward to all year. Usually on Halloween night we ramp things up a little & even make a few changes to the haunted house. In years past we’ve done things like move walls, turn out lights & add extra actors & scares. What will we do to change things up this year? You will just have to come out on Halloween to see. On this, our final night of scares, we are open an extra hour & will stop selling tickets at midnight. As long as you are in line to get tickets by at least midnight we will not turn you away.