Resident Feature

Halloween Spooktacular

raises money for Make-A-Wish Foundation

We love the holidays, especially Halloween, and we love theatre. Between us, we have been involved with theatre for over 30 years in various roles including actor, director, choreographer, set decorator, stage manager and make-up artist. 

This year, we have combined our two passions and are excited to give back to the community by offering this free spooktacular event! We’ve taken our Halloween decorating to a whole new level and created a theatrical home haunt, filled with sets we’ve built and professional actors to scare you. We have converted our side yard and garage into a Haunted Victorian home and decorated it with actual furniture and items from that era, so perhaps you’ll get more frights than even we’ve planned! 

You will enter a gated outdoor area, then traverse the haunted hallways with scares coming from all sides and finally depart through the phantasm-ridden cemetery. Sweet treats await those who survive. 

This event is not for the faint-at-heart, but even if you don’t dare to enter our haunt, we hope you’ll stop by to trick or treat and enjoy the spooky exterior scene. 

We hope you’ll join us for the debut of our walk-thru haunt experience. (We’ll follow state Covid-19 guidelines.) at 244 Corte De La Reina in Walnut Creek, Oct. 29-31, 2021 from 6-9 pm nightly. 

To keep the event accessible to all, it is FREE! 

Please park on Wiget Ln. near Via Verde and walk in to avoid a traffic jam in the cul-de-sac. 

If you’d like to help in any capacity please contact me at annmarie13@msn.com 

Any support received will be sent to Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Greater Bay Area. 

 

 


By Ann-Marie Fullmore, Resident since 2021