Just in time for Halloween, the City of Sarnia is preparing some spooktacular fun for all ages with the first Fright Night at Cana-Scare-A-Park.

On Oct. 29 from 5 to 10 p.m. the City in partnership with the Seaway Kiwanis Club will host the free event, featuring a self-guided tour through several haunted areas and houses set up at Canatara Park. The event’s three haunted houses and four haunted areas will be created with different levels of scariness, ensuring there are spooky destinations that suit all ages and comfort levels.

“We’re really excited to be launching this event, it’s a chance for residents to get into the Halloween spirit, put on a costume, come out to the park and enjoy some light-hearted spooky fun,” said City Community Services Coordinator Rachel Veilleux.

Guests are encouraged to dress up in costume for the event that will also include a The Painted Cat Pop-Up Creature Laboratory, rides on the Canatara Park Children’s Choo Choo Train and a pumpkin carving contest with submissions displayed at the event’s Pumpkin Alley.

For more information visit sarnia.ca/Events.