Frisco Fright Nights

Posted by: admin November 1st, 2018

When visiting the Summit County area around Halloween, you are sure to find some Spooktacular events for children of all ages, from one to ninety-nine. Whether your tastes run more towards ghastly tours through haunted cemeteries or gearing up for Dias de Los Muertos, otherwise known as the day of the dead, or even going with the time-honored tradition of trick-or-treating, Summit has more than enough events to fill your goodie bags.

Nightmare at the Museum – Starting at 5 pm on October 26th, the Frisco Historic Park and Museum will be hosting the annual Nightmare at the Museum. Participants are encouraged to arrive in costume and explore the Frisco Historic Park by lantern. Light refreshments and treats will be provided. 

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Zombie Walk -  Taking place immediately following Nightmare at the Museum, the Summit County Coroner’s Office is hosting a walk that will span the majority of Main Street. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased online and include participation in the Cemetery Tour as well as three drinks at participating restaurants. Walkers are encouraged to don their best Zombie gear as the walk will culminate at the Moose Jaw where there will be live music and awards for, particularly creepy costumes. 

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Cemetery Tour – Leaving from the Frisco Historic Park and Museum at 7 pm on October 26th, participants in the Cemetery Tour will begin their stroll down Main Street to the cemetery. Costumed characters will reenact the tales of the inhabitants of Frisco. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased online or at the Schoolhouse Museum.  All proceeds benefit the Summit County Coroner’s Office’s Survivor Support Program. 

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Trick or Treat on Main Street – Main Street Frisco will be lit up with many of the shops handing out treats and candies from 6pm-8pm. All roads will be closed to vehicles from 5:30-8: 30 pm in the interest of keeping all our little ghosts and ghouls safe as they flit about. Participating shops will be marked with a bright orange jack-o-lantern, and the Historic Park’s Log Chapel will be playing spooky cartoons for those who need to rest their paws.

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