Museum to host Haunted House and the town of Pima to hold Trunk-or-Treat
PIMA – Do you like candy? Perhaps a good fright is more your style? Whichever is your thing, the town of Pima and the Eastern Arizona Museum and Historical Society have you covered this Halloween.
The Museum will host its inaugural Haunted House “Fright at the Museum” at the W. M. Carter Farm Museum located at Main Street and U.S. Highway 70 in Pima on Oct. 25, 26, 30, and 31, from 7 – 9 p.m. For a frightfully good time, be sure to stop by and see what ghoulish delights await. Cost is only $5 and all proceeds for toward the Museum. Caution, this attraction is for teenaged attendees and adults and may be too scary for younger children.
For all the little goblins and ghouls, the town of Pima is hosting its annual Trunk-or-Treat on Oct. 31, starting at 6 p.m. in the dirt lot at the Carter’s Farm Museum. This is a free event put on by the town of Pima.
Anyone who would like to donate the use of their trunk for the event (the town will supply the candy) can call or text Pima Council member Sherrill Teeter at (928) 651-3843 to sign up or for more information.