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Halloween is alive and well at Penticton's Hoodoo Adventures

Time on Penticton's Hoodoo Adventures climbing wall is part of the company's "Boodoo's Haunted Adventure" event taking place on Oct. 31, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Hoodoo Adventure Company located at 131 Ellis Street.
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Halloween is happening at Penticton’s Hoodoo Adventures this year.

The downtown adventure company is creating “Boodoo’s Haunted Adventure" at its headquarters at 131 Ellis Street which it bills as “family friendly, spooky fun.”

The event includes a spooky story to share as the Hoodoo Adventures building is turned into a haunted adventure.

"We are spreading all the kids out over the whole day so we can follow all the health and safety guidelines we would normally follow and we will be able to get quite a few kids through, over the entire day in a very safe manner,” Hoodoo Adventure co-owner Lyndie Hill says.

If all available time slots sell out, more spots will be considered in order so kids don’t miss out on the adventure.

Parents can join their kids in the haunted climbing gym during one hour time slots set up through the day on Oct. 31, but everyone is expected to wear costumes and masks.

Those participating will learn the story of Boodoo’s Haunted Adventure before collecting creepy crawlies.

"Participants better beware, you just don't know what could be lurking in the corners, but don't worry, it'll be worth your bravery because at the end of the adventure those creepy crawlies will be handed in in return for Halloween treats!” Hoodoo Adventures Event Coordinator Nathalie Long says.

Boodoo’s Haunted Adventure has limited spaces available, so it’s recommended to book your time fast. Cost is $15 and includes one hour of climbing, spooky themed activities in the haunted building, and Halloween treats.

More information and bookings can be found at www.hoodooadventures.ca

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