Tweed's Haunted Hall promises scares (or not)

Tweed's Caleb Beaudrie, 8, and his sister, London, 7, lead their mother, Amanda Moore, and grandmother, Christine Moore, through the Haunted Hall attraction Sunday. Organized by the Tweed Hungerford Agricultural Society, it funds children's activities at the society's summer fair. It will be open Friday, Oct. 25 and Saturday, Oct. 26 with the "mini scare" from 6:30-8 p.m. and the full scare version from 8:30-10 p.m. It costs $5 per person. On Sunday, Oct. 27, the Sunday no-scare matinee from 1-3 p.m. is $2. The $5 full scare returns Sunday from 6-8 p.m. Visit the society's Facebook page or call Sylvie at 613-478-3903 for details. Luke Hendry/The Intelligencer

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The Tweed Hungerford Agricultural Society’s Haunted Hall will be open for one more weekend before – but not on – Halloween.

Volunteers have turned their hall at the fairgrounds into a dark, spooky maze with three scare factors: non-scary, mini-scare and full scare.

The hall is at 617 Louisa St.

Visit the society’s Facebook page for more information.

Caleb Beaudrie enters the mirrored corridor. Luke Hendry / Luke Hendry/The Intelligencer

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