Spooks run wild at Grand Meadow haunted house
GRAND MEADOW - Halloween is fast approaching and for those of you who love a good fright during the Halloween season, you're in luck.
For the eighth straight year the Grand Meadow Heritage Center's Haunted House will be opened to satisfy your ghoulish needs. The spook house will also be open this weekend on Oct. 25 and Oct. 26, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
For the past couple of weeks the ghouls and ghosts at Grand Meadow Heritage Center have kept their idle hands busy making this year's Haunted House a new and unique experience that has something to offer for all ages.
This popular event draws hundreds of visitors each year.
The haunted house is set in a old two-story school house with a dungeon in which some students seem to have remained. Filled with blood curdling props and a rich spooky environment, the Haunted House is not for the faint of heart.
The prices of entry, besides you're immortal soul, is $5 for the Haunted house, along with a hay-ride along the grounds of the Heritage Center. There will also be a hay-ride, kids crafts and kiddy train for $3. There will also be concessions available including taverns, hot dogs, caramel apples and hot chocolate.
All proceeds go to on-going projects at the Grand Meadow Heritage Center
located at the junction of 630th Street and D Avenue.
It is 14 miles south of Marcus on L-36, or four miles west of Washta on C-66 and two miles north on L-36.