Halloween events galore in the Minneapolis area

October 24, 2013 by  

Many events are taking place in and around Minneapolis to celebrate the Halloween season, and no doubt the sponsors of the events are using a variety of printing services to make the community aware of the ways that they can celebrate in the upcoming week.

First of all, the Anoka Haunted House, sponsored by the Anoka Knights of Columbus, will be held at the Anoka County Fairgrounds on the evenings of today and tomorrow. It is an event that can be enjoyed by both children and adults.

Also, the Butcher Shop of Gore will be held for the third year in a row from October 25 through Halloween and is a full-size maze-style house peppered with rats, skulls, black lights, cadavers, strobe lights, and ghosts. It is designed for more of an adult audience, and may be a little too scary for younger visitors.

Halloween hunters can also enjoy the Dead End Hayride, which will be taking place on October 25, 26, and 31 at the Pinehaven Farm, just north of Minneapolis. It makes for a complete experience that begins with a hayride through the haunted woods of the farm and then continues with walking through the Departed Oaks Trail, coming face-to-face with the scary creatures of the night. It ends with the Site 66 cornfield, which is designed to continue to terrorize its visitors.

Lastly, events taking place at the Mall of America are the Blackout Halloween Party on October 25 and 26 and the world’s largest indoor trick or treat running on October 31 in the Rotunda, the Southeast Court and the Nordstrom Court.

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