Clark Recreation announces the first Haunted Halloween Experience to be held on Saturday, October 27 at the Robinson Plantation Museum on 593 Madison Hill Road in Clark from 7:00-10:00 PM.
The haunted walk-through will feature costumed performers who will lead visitors through the haunted theatrical sets placed within black framed tents. Smoke and music will add to the ghoulish mood. JPZ Entertainment will be building the walk-through.
Pumpkins will be given to each child while supplies last. Free donuts and cider will be available.
As an added bonus, the enchanted Robinson Plantation museum will also be open to the public for free candlelight tours.
"I’ve always wanted to do something for Halloween and here it is. It's guaranteed to give you a fright," says Clark Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo. "Come out and have a ghoulish time!"
Bernardo recommends purchasing tickets ($5) prior to the event at the Recreation Dept. – 8:30-4:00 daily, 6:00-8:00 pm at night. Tickets may also be purchased at the actual event.
Bring your camera for any ghostly sightings. Questions – feel free to call the Rec Office at 732-428-8400.