The trail of horror returns to Upper Iowa University’s Fayette Campus on Monday, October 29. Pete’s Annual Haunted Hayride includes a thrilling tour of over 20 scare stations in 2018. The public event begins with a family hour from 6-7 p.m. and will be followed by the “full scare” from 7-10 p.m.
The haunted hayrides begin at East Victory Gate, located on Union Street across from the Recreation Center and Dorman Gym at UIU’s Fayette Campus. Scare stations are organized by a variety of UIU academic schools, clubs, organizations, teams, community partners and individual spook artists. Multiple hay wagons allow for rides to run continuously.
Cost is $3 for all ages. UIU students with a valid University ID are admitted free. UIU’s Alumni Office will serve free ghostly goodies to people as they exit the hayride.
Free advanced tickets are available to area youth organizations, leaders and coaches. To pick up the complimentary youth group tickets, stop by the UIU Student Center second floor Student Life office at UIU’s Fayette Campus from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, through Wednesday October 24.
Anyone wishing to volunteer to assist with the event, may contact UIU Coordinator of Student Activities Jake Bass at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563.425.5311, UIU Events Manager Megan Stammeyer at email@example.com, or UIU Assistant Dean of Student Life Daryl Grove at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow Pete’s Haunted Hayride and updated announcements at www.facebook.com/events/262327234393825/.