Watch Night of the Living Dead and The Terror for Free on Nov. 1
Do you dare enter the Haunted House at Western Nevada College?
Who will turn back?
Only the steely nerved will make it through.
The Associated Students of Western Nevada and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society are presenting the Haunted House from 6 to 10 p.m. on Halloween night on Wednesday, Oct. 31 in Carson Nugget Hall in WNC’s Aspen Building.
The public is invited to enter the asylum-themed Haunted House designed by Simplified Entertainment of Skaneateles, N.Y.
Cost is $5 for individuals 12 and older. All minors must have a parent sign a waiver form and children younger than 12 must have a parent accompany them. Parents can fill out the waiver form ahead of time and have their children bring it to the event.
WNC students, faculty and staff will be admitted for free with ID and for $5 without it. All high school students will be admitted free with their ID; otherwise the cost is $5.
“All proceeds will go toward scholarships for students sponsored by student government on both WNC’s Fallon and Carson City campuses,” said WNC Student Life Coordinator Lilly Leon-Vicks, who also serves as an adviser for ASWN.
Attendees are reminded that if they are in costume, masks and weapons (fake or otherwise) are not allowed on campus.
After passing through the Haunted House, attendees will be treated to a party in the Rotary Plaza.
ASWN and PTK are also providing an additional night of fun for the community by presenting the 1968 movie Night of the Living Dead and the 1963 thriller The Terror on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 7 to 10 p.m. outside Jack C. Davis Observatory. Admission is free and snacks will be provided. Chairs and blankets are recommended.