"Terror at TIndall" Is Saturday: Middletown HS North's Haunted Woods Spook-tacular
Ghosts, goblins and candy are the mainstays of Halloween for most people, but at Middletown High School North (MHSN), Halloween means only one thing: Haunted Woods!
Each year for the past six years, the senior council has transformed Tindall Park-- directly across the street from the school-- into a "spook-tacular," Halloween-themed extravaganza to which children, teens, and adults of all ages come to enjoy.
The theme of this year's event, "Terror on Tindall," will encompass a wide variety of scary scenes throughout the woods connected by a storyline which will add to the overall fear factor of the event.
As frightening as the trail may be, MHSN has not forgotten the younger members of the community; the senior parent council has designed a "Happy Trail" for children that will include face and pumpkin painting, age-appropriate Halloween stories, sugar skulls, interactive games, surprise visitors, and much more. The MHSN community promises a night of fright that will provide seasonal fun for all.
Haunted Woods’ scary trail opens just after dusk (approximately 6:30 PM; Happy Trail opens at 2 PM) on October 20th, and will continue, as they say, “until the last survivor comes out of the woods.”
The raindate for the event is Sunday, October 21st. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for children. Proceeds from this signature event will help defray senior class expenses.