4th Annual Haunted Happenings & Fall Festival

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 290 W Main St Norton MA 02766  See map

The Attleboro YMCA is pleased to announce the spooky, fun-filled return of Haunted Happenings to the YMCA’s Norton Outdoor Center on October 20th. With fall-themed, family-friendly activities by day and a frightening walk through the dark, haunted woods at night, this community event will have something for everyone.

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, the Fall Festival will feature hayrides, pony rides, animals, games, crafts, bouncy houses, face painting, entertainment, a craft fair, and other fall-themed activities. On Saturday night, the Outdoor Center will open from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. for Haunted Happenings, including the haunted woods, carnival games, campfire, face painting, bouncy houses and much more. Halloween goers will be charged an entrance fee of $5 per person or $15 per family, which gains them access for all of the day and evening events. Rain date for the event is Saturday, October 27th.

Truly a community event, the Haunted Happenings & Fall Festival event is a joint venture by the YMCA, multiple community partners, and a large team of volunteers. The Y would like to especially thank this year’s activity sponsors: MetLife, Barrows Insurance Agency Inc., North Easton Savings Bank, Explosion FC, Norton Lions Club, and Marcott Designs.   

For more information about the Fall Festival and Haunted Happenings, call (508) 222-7422. Anyone interested in contributing to the event as a sponsor or volunteer should contact Tim Killion at (508) 409-0756 or tkillion@attleboroymca.org.

All proceeds from the event go directly back to the community through the Attleboro YMCA’s annual Best Friends Campaign. Because we believe that everyone in the community deserves the opportunity to be healthy and live well, the Attleboro Y extends our programs, services, and membership to everyone in the community, no matter what their financial circumstances may be. The Best Friends Campaign makes that possible.



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