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Community Center Opens First Haunted House Next Friday

newhauntedhouseYou’ll be calling “mummy” after a visit to the first-ever haunted mansion hosted by the City of Santa Clarita Community Center Teen Group.

The spirited “house” is located at the Newhall Community Center on Market Street next to the railroad tracks.  Community members, ages 8 and up, are invited to visit from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. on Friday, October 28.

Four classrooms at the center will be transformed into the hair-raising backdrop that is the haunted house. Guests will be challenged with unraveling the mystery behind the family who once inhabited the mansion, led by the butler, visitors will wind their way – if they dare – through terrifying rooms and end in the family’s spooky graveyard.

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Only the most investigative guests will be able to make sense of the clues found along the tour, and discover who was responsible for this terrible family tragedy.

Admission for the haunted mansion is $3, which will be used to sponsor future programs for the Community Center Teen Group.

For the past few months, more than 30 teens collaborated together to prepare scripts, props, makeup, and actors to present a creative take on a traditional haunted house attraction.  The mansion is the highlight of the Community Center’s Teen Program, which offers teens the opportunity to participate in fundraising, field trips, community service projects and events.

Entrance to the mansion will be on the north side of the building, closest to the playground.  The Santa Clarita Community Center is located at 22421 Market Street,

For more information, please contact Julie Calderon, Community Center Supervisor at (661) 286-4006.

Community Center Opens First Haunted House Next Friday

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