Halloween Hoot Dinosaur Hill 2018 – Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve in Rochester, will present its ever-popular Halloween Hoot this October. Program info, times and dates… This year’s event takes place Friday, October 19 (6p first group to 8:30p last), Saturday, October 20 (4p first group to 8p last), and Sunday, October 21 (3:30p first group to 6:30p) last.
Halloween Hoot Dinosaur Hill 2018
Program lasts approximately one hour. Halloween Hoot Dinosaur Hill 2018 times will sell out so please contact early to purchase your ticket. Tickets sell for a specific time with groups leaving every ten minutes.
DESCRIPTION – “Groups will gather in the nature center to create a spooky-fun craft, then head out on the mood-lit trails to participate in a series of short, funny, interactive skits while collecting treats along the way.
Complete your evening with a doughnut and cup of cider around the campfire with live entertainment. You can even let your little monster loose to have fun at our mini-fair with Halloween themed carnival games…all included with your ticket.”
Halloween Hoot Dinosaur Hill 2018 tickets are $8/person, and must be purchased in advance. This event usually sells out, so buy your tickets early! Admission fee includes cider & donut, guided walk with skits, and campfire with entertainment. You may purchase tickets in person at Dinosaur Hill, or through the mail. For instructions on how to order tickets through the mail, or other information, call Dinosaur Hill at 248-656-0999, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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For more info on Halloween Hoot Dinosaur Hill, visit dinosaurhill.org