Halloween is next week and the L’Orignal Old Jail is gearing up for another year of screams and scares. Last year, the haunted jail was another success thanks to all of the volunteers who came together to create a memorable Halloween event.
This year, students from local high schools, numerous volunteers from the community and the L’Orignal Old Jail, are working hard to prepare for the fourth annual Haunted Jail. The event will take place on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 1023 Queen Street in L’Orignal.
People of all ages can come and take part in this fun and spooky event. There will be a section reserved for younger children and another section for those who would like a more frightening experience. There will also be Halloween treats to be handed out to trick or treaters. Admission to the Haunted Jail is free but donations are appreciated.
This year, the Old Jail is also hosting a Halloween supper on October 26, 27, & 28 at 6 p.m. Diners will enjoy a three course meal in the prison cells which will be completely transformed for this Halloween event. After dinner, you will be treated to a spooky tour of the old jail. Tickets are $27 per person and are available online: https://lorignal-prison.eventbrite.ca
For more information, call 613-675-4661 ext. 8107
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