Youngsters from Guttenberg got to experience a Halloween Haunted Hallway on Saturday afternoon at the Gerald Drasheff Community Center on Hudson Avenue. This was the third time the town has transformed the hallways of the community center into a scary, spooky, dark, fun0filled adventure for local children.
After not being able to host any community events for Halloween due to the pandemic the past several years, Guttenberg Councilman John Habermann told Hudson TV “it was great to be able to hold this event for the kids once again.” Guttenberg Recreation Director Mark Rogers expected several hundred kids to visit the Haunted Hallways this afternoon.
After walking through the Haunted Hallways, which were decorated on Friday night by members of the Guttenberg Recreation Department, children were treated to a hot dog cart, plenty of candy, popcorn, a photo area, scary inflatables and each family received a free pumpkin their child could decorate.
This afternoon’s Haunted Hallways was free of charge for Guttenberg residents. It was open from 12 noon until 2 pm. Members of the local police department, as well as high school students, helped set up the Halloween event.
It was a fun-filled, ghoulish time for all involved.