This Week: scares galore, meatballs, lectures, flicks and more

Here’s a little bit of what you’ll find on this week’s PDD Calendar:

Ghosties and ghoulies are in abundance, this week, as the scares get ramped up in anticipation of Halloween. Evil Dead: The Musical is in action at the Underground, Glensheen has a few days worth of chills planned for its Jack O’Lantern Spooktacular, and Gooseberry Falls is offering creepy campfire tales.

Saturday’s the biggest day for frights, with a Terror Train, a Field of Screams, a Corn Maze, and a Haunted Shack, among other terrifying delights. (And don’t forget about the Haunted Ship, of course.)

Not everything this week is of the scary variety, though: get some Swedish meatballs on Tuesday, hear Egyptian scholar Dalia Basiouny perform her one-woman show on Tuesday and lecture on Wednesday, celebrate five years of Zeitgeist Arts with a flick, and see the District 7A State Representative candidates square off on Tuesday.



about 10 years ago

One more Halloween Event: Nightfall With Edgar Allan Poe  at the Douglas County Historical Society.

Volunteer as a pumpkin carver to get a free ticket to the Glensheen Spooktacular: A Halloween Harvest
Get two Glensheen Spooktacular tickets for half price: 2 - $8 adult tickets to Glensheen Spooktacular on Oct. 23rd - Oct. 26th
Get two Haunted Ship tickets for half price: Pair of Tickets to Haunted Shack - $12


about 10 years ago

Thanks for listing us but the ticket prices are incorrect. They actually are $22 regular and $27 in the splatter zone. Thanks!

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Thanks for the heads up on that, Brian. The ticket prices are listed correctly now.

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