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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 25, 2018 - October 27, 2018 @ Domer Arena, Topeka
Professional Armed Forces Rodeo Association (PAFRA) - World Championship Rodeo at Domer arena (next to the Expocentre) in Topeka on 25-27 OCT.
The price for admission is half price every day for all Veterans…
Admission is Free on Friday 26 OCT for all Military ID card holders.
The organization is looking for volunteers for the upcoming rodeo.
Those interested contact Steve at email@example.com
-Thursday 7PM Night 25 OCT EMS and 1st Responders Appreciation Night
-Friday Night 7PM 26 OCT "RED" Remember Everyone Deployed, and Military Appreciation
-Saturday 2 PM 27 OCT Matinee: Honoring the Past Forging the Future - There will be a mass state wide Army Enlistment Sat 27 OCT 2PM
-"Open the Cage" (approx 7PM) out of Texas will providing a free concert following the Sat Rodeo (Featuring Genevieve Allen and Michael Conners)
October 25, 2018, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Downtown JC between 6th & 10th Street and 12th Street Community Center
Come out for the annual Halloween All Treats Day. The Junction City High School Marching Band will lead the parade at 5:30 p.m. with eager children in their costumes following behind. Local merchants and businesses will hand out candy to the children as they march down Washington Street. There will be a hot dog stand located at Exchange Bank with the proceeds going to the United Way and Flint Hills Church. Junction City will also be there to pass out balloon animals to the children. Then, it’s off to the 12th Street Community Center at 1002 W 2th Street for games, treats, and more from 6-7 pm. We can’t wait for this ‘spooktacular’ night!
Sponsored by the Junction City Area Chamber of Commerce and Junction City Parks and Recreation Department.