The Old SayBrOOk Fire Department is pleased to announce its 11th annual Haunted Hayride 2008 on Thursday, Oct 16th, Friday the 17th, Saturday the 18th, Thursday the 23rd, Friday the 24th & on Saturday the 25th, at Clark Memorial Field (Fireman’s Field) on Elm Street.
All year long, the volunteer fire department puts out fires, but during Halloween, its volunteers ignite a “blaze” of scary proportions for all to enjoy. A possessed tractor-drawn hay wagon leads visitors into the deep, dark, demented woods of scary Old Saybrook. For more than 40 minutes, you will venture into the ghastly world of ghosts, goblins, and ghouls. In the eerie fog, you’ll be frightened by the bone-chilling sounds of creatures of the night: which are in front, which are behind and which are from the great, great beyond? The Old Saybrook Fire Department’s 11th Annual Haunted Hayride “promises to be the most hair-raising Halloween season in the history of Old Saybrook.”
The event will be held at Clark Memorial Field, 210 Elm Street, Old Saybrook, (across from Pasta Vita). Funds from the annual hayride event benefit the all-volunteer Old Saybrook Fire Company No. 1 Inc. and a food drive for the Shoreline Soup Kitchen & Pantries.
This year we are pleased to announce Soft Rock 106.5 WBMW and Jammin 107.7 as the official radio stations of the Old Saybrook Fire Department 11th annual “Haunted Hayride” 2008.
All the best,
Special Events Coordinator,
Old Saybrook Fire Department – Fire Police
Dates: Thurs. Oct. 16, Fri. Oct. 17, Sat. Oct. 18 Thurs. Oct. 23 Fri. Oct. 24, & Sat. Oct. 25
Time: Trailer Rides start at 7:00 P.M. (Dusk)
Fees: $10 Adults*, Children under 12 – $5.00**
* Bring a can of food to donate for the Shoreline Soup Kitchen and receive $1.00 off admission.
** Please note, the haunted hayride is very scary and may be frightening to younger children
(under 10 years of age), so parental discretion is advised.
• Advance group sales or additional information, visit: www.oldsaybrookfire.com/hayride.html
• Groups of (minimum) 20 or more, includes express admission
Parking: free parking around the corner on Ingham Hill Road, compliments of M&J Bus Company.
Thank you for supporting the Old Saybrook Fire Company No. 1 Inc.
(an all volunteer non-profit organization)
310 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475.
Contact: Max Sabrin, O.S.F.D. – Fire Police, Media Relations / Special Events Coordinator
Old Saybrook Fire Department Office 860.395.5550 or firstname.lastname@example.org, www.oldsaybrookfire.com