Volunteers are setting the final touches as the Community Haunted House will make its debut this Friday at the Colusa County Fairgrounds.
With repeat dates Oct. 21–22 and Oct. 28–31, the Haunted House will open its creaky doors at 7 PM.
The attraction, built by community members, is set up at the Main Exhibit hall. Fifteen rooms have been ghoulishly setup to frighten even the toughest soul. The question is, are you ready for fright?
With a $5 admission, guests are invited to tour the maze of haunted rooms and will be given the opportunity to vote for their favorite room. The winning room will receive a $1,000 cash prize.
“This is something new that we are trying,” said Colusa County Fair CEO Jonathan Howard. “So far we have gotten great response.”
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The haunted house has been added to a long list of fall events hosted at the fairgrounds, including the return of the Headless Horseman and the Colusa County Pumpkin Village.
The Haunted Paintball Hayride will continue each Friday and Saturday through October.
Howard said that these events and the enthusiasm of the community to support each of them is what make his job so special.
“It’s a pleasure to bring these things to our county,” he said adding that he appreciates the many supporters found here.
For Tickets to the Haunted House and the Haunted Paintball Hayride are available at the fair office or at www.colusacountyfair.com ■