Windermere Fire hosting Halloween Haunted House
Members of the Windermere Fire Department are already hard at work preparing props as they gear up to host the community’s ghosts and goblins on Halloween.
“Our firefighters are once again putting on a Haunted House on October 31 and this year they have expanded their plans to include a new room for the older kids with more thrills and chills,” said Columbia Valley Rural Fire and Rescue Service Chief, Jim Miller.
Firefighters will be on hand to guide people through the house.
The event has become an annual tradition for the fire department and Miller says it is a great opportunity to do something fun for the community. “Our volunteers put a lot of time into planning the Haunted House and we always have so much fun seeing the little – and not so little – community members come out for some tricks and treats. It’s a great tradition and we are excited to be expanding it this year.”
The Haunted House will be held at the Windermere Fire Hall from 6 to 9 p.m. on October 31. There is no charge and all ages are welcome.