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October 5, 2018 - October 31, 2018 @ 417 N Franklin
Zombie Toxin is more than just a haunted house, it tells a story. A new story comes to life every year and this year Dr. Vonmonschture's experiments go terrible wrong. Beware of the ZOMBIES!
The Zombie Toxin haunted house has been a staple of Halloween fun for seven years. The 9,000 sq foot haunt takes about 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
The house has twists and turns throughout each room adding to the story of the doctor's life . From the kitchen to the backyard there is always something waiting to scare. Scream & laugh as you move through the house as you are intrigued one room at a time. An additional $5 each will get you in to the The Cabin - a Zombie Onslaught (virtual reality room) or Dr. Vonmonschture's Head Shed (Escape Room)! Fast Pass available to cut your time in half.
October 19, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Al Simpler Stadium
Geary Community Hospital and Junction City High School are teaming up to host a breast cancer awareness “Pink Out” night at Al Simpler Stadium during the football game on Friday, October 19, 2018. This is the first year GCH has sponsored a game to raise awareness of breast cancer.
In addition to the Junction City fans wearing pink, the football team will be wearing pink socks, coaches will be wearing pink hats, the band drum majors wearing pink plumes, the color guard will have pink flags, and the cheerleaders will be waving pink pom-poms. All game attendees are encouraged to join in the “Pink Out” and wear pink in some fashion.
Geary Community Hospital and Junction City High School know that coming together to bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer is important to the well-being of all members of this community.