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First-ever Fright Night a success at ‘Cana-Scare-A-Park’

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One of the haunted areas at Cana-Scare-A Park, held Saturday. (Cathy Dobson photo)

It was a ghoulish good time at Sarnia’s ‘Cana-Scare-A’ Park on the weekend as hundreds flocked to enjoy the tricks and treats featured at the inaugural event.

The City of Sarnia’s first ever ‘Fright Night’ held at Canatara Park included haunted areas and houses, 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.

Elyse Blevins shows off her blue-faced corpse bride at Cana-Scare-A Park, Saturday. (Cathy Dobson photo)
From left: Elizabeth Waters, Olivia Frawley, Craig Machan, Sierra Campbell. (Cathy Dobson photo)
Avery Leeson, 8, all dressed up and ready for some treats at Saturday’s Fright Night at Cana-Scare-A-Park event. (Cathy Dobson photo)
Chris Deacon, the ‘Queen of Hearts’ at Saturday’s Fright Night held at Canatara Park. (Cathy Dobson photo)
A creepy clown on hand for the inaugural Fright Night event. (Cathy Dobson photo)

 

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