Coulrophobics beware, Frisco’s abandoned carnival is here!
The Abandoned Carnival has left an eerie feeling through Frisco to celebrate all Hallo’s Eve. Prepare to scream in the latest Haunted House incarnation from Frisco and Mountain Mentors as you travel through what used to be fun but now seems scary. Join us if you dare for the 6th annual Haunted House, October 26th, 27th & 31st. Not recommended for those with
( a fear of clowns.)
Haunted House: The abandoned Frisco carnival was built for fun, but now it seems a little creepy. The carnies have gone a little mad with no one to entertain and would like you to come back for a terrorizing good time Friday, October 26th , Saturday, October 27th and Halloween Wednesday, October 31st from 6 pm to 10 pm. In its thriving days, the carnival was located at 110 3rd Avenue, now the in the Frisco’sCommunityBuilding. The abandoned carnival is recommended for ages 7 and up, so drop by for a good scare for a good cause benefiting Mountain Mentors and Activities Run By Youth (ARBY). The cost is $7 per person, $5 with any student ID or a special $20.00 family rate. Frisco’s abandoned carnival may cause Coulrophobia, but don’t worry we have a jacket the perfect size for you.
- Trick or Treat on Main Street: Trick-or-treaters can help themselves to a bounty of sweets up and downMain Street and in theFriscoHistoric Park this Halloween, Wednesday, October 31st. Look for the bright orange jack-o-lanterns hanging outside participatingMain Street businesses from 6:00-8:00 p.m. For little feet that need to warm up and rest there will be a presentation of the Corpse Bride by Tim Burton in the Log Chapel in the Historic park. (Reminder to drivers –Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic between Seventh and Madison Avenues from 5:30-8:30 p.m.)
The Haunted House and Trick or Treat Street are sponsored by the Town of Frisco, Colorado Learning Connections, Skiveers, Butterhorn Bakery, Tae Kwondo, Mt. Comfort Furnishings, Cinderella Service Inc., Tuscato, Moose Jaw, Lowes, NAPA Auto Parts, Lost Cajun, Boatyard, Backcountry Brewery, FIRC, Copper Mountain Resort, KSMT, LIFT, Summit Daily News, Colorado Kids