A week following the discovery of barrels unearthed from the Colusa County Fairgrounds, Zombies have begun to run amuck.
In the spirit of all things ghoulish and scary, the Colusa County Fairgrounds is hosting a ‘Zombie Hunt’, every night, from October 24, through October 30 in order to rid its grounds of an impending Zombie apocalypse.
Fair CEO Jonathan Howard said that things had become more bizarre than anticipated.
“It’s time to take matters into our hands,” said Howard. “There are Zombies appearing daily and the only way to eliminate this disaster is to rid them with our specialized antidote distributed with paintball guns.”
Howard commented that the Zombies have been successfully contained within the Fair compound and the public’s help is needed.
In all good fun and humor, nightly hayrides will make their rounds within the Zombie populated areas within the Colusa County Fairgrounds and save the community.
“With paintball guns mounted on the specialized Zombie Hunting wagon, the public can help rid our fairgrounds of this epidemic,” said Howard.
Since taking on the role as CEO last November, Howard has been working to promote the availability and flexibility of the fairground property while developing year-round events for children and adults.
I want the fairgrounds to be more than just a place where the Colusa County Fair and the annual Farm Show is held,” said Jonathan, “I want it to be a place for our children to have fun, stay out of trouble, and a place for our community to make great memories.”
If you would like more information on the Zombie Hunt, or to find out how you can participate, contact Colusa County Fair CEO, Jonathan Howard at (530) 458-2641 Ext. 103.