WCCPR Halloween Festival set for this weekend

Published 10:30 am Tuesday, October 24, 2023

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Winchester hosts several festivals, trunk-or-treat events and more during Halloween each year.

Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation (WCCPR) can be depended on once more to involve others in the opportunity.

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On Friday, October 27-28, WCCPR presents its 2023 Halloween Festival.

The event, from 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. each day at 15 Wheeler Avenue, costs $10 per individual for entrance.

Tickets can be purchased online at wccpr.recdesk.com.

Much can be utilized during the event to entertain kids and adults.

For example, both a haunted house and haunted pool will be featured.

While the haunted house incorporates scare actors made up of several volunteers, the haunted pool utilizes WCCPR’s indoor facility.

To coincide with the fall season and Halloween atmosphere, attendees can indulge in popcorn and apple cider.

Several inflatables can provide excitement, as can games, pumpkin painting, and more.

With many games or other activities, competitors and contestants can earn prizes.

Individuals who want to capture memorable moments from the event have the option since a photo backdrop will be present.

In past years, many have used the advantageous festival to dress up and show off their costumes.

Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation wishes to thank the community for their input and attendance.