Halloween is right around the corner.

That's right, in just 2 short months, the night that all kids and kids-at-heart love will be here.  It's a chance to get together and dress up in their scariest, cutest, spookiest, funniest, or downright creative costumes for a night out visiting strangers.

Or maybe you're like me and love a good scared while visiting a haunted house or Trail.

According to the Farmington Fright Night Facebook, they are getting ready for their annual fright nights. Farmington Fright Nights take place at Farmington Fair Grounds in Farmington over 4 nights. The event will run from 7 to 10 each night and it gets kicked off the weekend of October 22nd and 23rd.  The event will also happen the following weekend, October 29th and 30th.

There will be food vendors, arts and crafts, and even a beer tent for those over 21 years of age. Fright Night is not recommended for anyone younger than 13.

Fright Night Attractions Include...

The Cabin In The Woods – 20 rooms of terror! What happens in the woods stays in the woods.

The Slaughterhouse – Meat processing from start to finish, but what KIND of meat?

CarnEvil of Chaos – Can’t sleep; clowns will eat me!

Farmington Fright Nights are brought to you by The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area, Titcomb Mountain, and  Loki’s Workshop. Sponsors include OTIS Federal Credit Union, Susan Terhune- State Farm Agent, Ron's Market, Full Bloom Hydroponics Gardening Center, Poland Spring, ReEnergy, Randy Keach Used Cars, and The Dug Out.

For more information, you can contact the fright night team by email at  FarmingtonFrightNights@gmail.com or by phone at 207-200-7021

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