Communication Associate: Public Relations
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October 26, 2011
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Community's Children & Families Invited to UMD's Haunted Halls
A fun and safe way to celebrate Halloween
Children and families from the community are invited to celebrate Halloween at UMD's Haunted Halls event, a 16-year tradition sponsored by UMD Residence Hall staff and residents. This fun and safe Halloween festivity held 5-7 p.m., Monday, October 3, includes trick-or-treating through the residence halls, a game room with activities, and a craft room for projects. Tour guides will be available to help families and their ghosts and goblins navigate through the haunted halls.
Parents or guardians must accompany the children.
After parking in the designated lots, participants should check-in at the Ianni Hall Lobby, located on the UMD campus at 506 Niagara Court, before they begin the haunted halls tour. Ianni Hall is the UMD residence that opened this academic year.
Driving south on College Street: Turn left on to Junction Avenue and take the next left into Lot W, or continue on Junction Avenue and take a right on to Lot V for additional parking.
Driving north on College Street: Turn right on to Junction Avenue, and follow the same directions for parking.
Parking lot attendants will be available to give directions.
Participants are encouraged to bring one non-perishable food item or $1 to the Haunted Halls event. All donations will go to Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.