Field House Fright Night

So Much Fun,
It’s Scary!
Fieldhouse Fright Night

Put those Halloween costumes to good use; give them a test run at the Fieldhouse Fright Night. Saturday, October 21st, kids of all ages can get a head start on the holiday fun at the Parker Fieldhouse. Your little caped crusaders, pirates, princesses and creepy creatures can take part in all sorts of Halloween festivities at Fright Night. They will be able to collect their fill of treats as they take a trek down the Trick-or-Treat Street set up inside the Fieldhouse hall. Out on the turf field, some ghoulish games will be taking place throughout the evening.

Of course, you don’t want to miss out on the fun on the rink either. Be sure to bring your skates and join in the Spook Skate! Then there’s the climbing wall, you don’t have to be dressed as Spiderman to test your scaling skills! There’s also the Fright Night Haunted House to navigate; see if you can make your way around the creepy crawlies and zombies within.

After careful consideration and sometimes weeks of planning, those meticulously selected Halloween costumes can win Fright Night attendees best of the best recognition. One of the best parts of Fright Night is the much anticipated Costume Contest! Starting at 7pm on the inline rink, judges will pick the winners in several age groups as well as the family costume contest. Little ones (2-4) will compete for Most Original and Cutest Costume, kids 5-7 and 8-10 will vie for Most Original and Funniest Costumes, and the older kids 11 and up will be crowned Most Original and Scariest. Families dressed for the event will be judged at the same time.

Fieldhouse Fright Night is free for non-skating, non-climbing parents and children under 2. All others gain entry for just $6 to get in on all the spook-takular fun!

Volunteer opportunities are also available for this event. If you are interested in being a part of Fright Night, or would like more information about the event, go to www. Sponsorship opportunities are also available, contact Jaime Vollersten at 303.805.3267 or email

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