Spooky Stories Haunt the Park

One of Halloween’s traditions is scary stories. Instead of sitting with a flashlight under your nose and trying to think of something ghoulish, take the kids to Millennium Park. Storytellers will be weaving tales of terror in a heated tent. Whether you’ve got a toddler afraid of monsters under the bed, or a teen who thinks the Exorcist should be rated PG, there’s something for everyone.

Schedule:

WIGGLEWORMS®
Saturday, October 27: 10 – 11 am

Wiggleworms instructors from the Old Town School of Folk Music will kick off the weekend with family-friendly ghost stories and songs about tricky spirits and clever kids. Recommended for preschoolers.

TRICK OR TREAT TALES
Saturday, October 27: Noon – 1:30pm and 3 – 4:30pm
Sunday, October 28: Noon – 1:30pm; 3 – 4:30pm and 6 – 7:30pm

For those who enjoy stories that range from the not-so-scary to a little bit creepy, Chicago’s best storytellers present Trick-Or-Treat Tales. Filled with humor plus some eerie shivers! Recommended for children older than 6.

EXTREME FRIGHT
Friday, October 26: 7 – 9pm
Saturday, October 37: 7 – 9pm

Mature audiences that want to sleep with the lights on can enjoy Extreme Fright. Truly terrifying tales filled with the smell of death, full moons, deserted graveyards, promises of eternity and a flesh-hungry monster! Recommended for teens and adults only.

For more information, call 312-742-1168 or visit www.millenniumpark.org.


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