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“All Hallow’s Eve” Sunshine Coast Museum

“All Hallow’s Eve” Sunshine Coast Museum

margo howe chThe Museum is very excited to announce the terrifying return of our popular “All Hallows’ Eve” event on Oct. 31 from 4-8pm. Every Halloween, the Sunshine Coast Museum transforms into the haunted Museum with spooky fun for the whole family – and this year promises to be the best yet.

New this year, Driftwood Players Theatre will offer “Haunted Lantern Tours”, a terrifying 45-minute walk through Lower Gibsons with gruesome ghouls & ghosts. The tour will feature a ghastly George Gibson, demented Dr. Inglistein and other horrifying terrors from the past.  The tour starts at the Museum where there will be spooky old fashioned Halloween crafts for younger children, terrifying treats and a haunted house experience on the main floor.  Make a homemade lantern at the craft table (or borrow a pre-made lantern) to light your way on the tour. Explore the Museum’s haunted exhibits, and make sure to visit our creepy doll collection on display.  The lantern tours end at the Gibsons Visitor Centre, right next door to the Gibsons Public Art Gallery which will be open to offer hot chocolate and treats to rest your weary soul. Also make sure to drop into the Arts Building on your Halloween crawl as they will be offering spooky surprises throughout the evening. All Hallows’ Eve in Lower Gibsons is not to be missed, so put on your best costume and help us haunt in Halloween 2016 with this great coastal event.

The Driftwood Players will be leading “haunted lantern tours” of Lower Gibsons, as part of the SC Museum’s Halloween event.  Photo submitted

The Driftwood Players will be leading “haunted lantern tours” of Lower Gibsons, as part of the SC Museum’s Halloween event. Photo submitted

By Donation, Haunted Museum Open 4pm-8pm, Lantern Tours: 5:30, 6:30, 7:30pm (rain or shine-some frightening moments). More info: 886:8232

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