Frisco offers Halloween fun on Friday |

Frisco offers Halloween fun on Friday

Summit Daily staff report

The town of Frisco is helping residents and visitors alike get into the Halloween spirit this week, offering a Zombie Walk, cemetery tour and a Nightmare at the Museum.

On the evening of Oct. 26, Main Street will transform into Halloween Central, starting with the Frisco Historic Park & Museum’s Nightmare at the Museum event. Guests are welcome to enjoy a macabre afterhours reception at the museum from 5-8 p.m., exploring the historic park by lantern with other costumed visitors. Light refreshments and treats will be served.

In addition, the museum will be hosting a cemetery tour starting at 7 p.m. Guests will gather at the museum, and take a walk to the cemetery where they’ll be greeted by costumed characters that will bring history to life with stories about the cemetery and its inhabitants. Tickets are $10 each, and benefit the Summit County Coroner’s Office’s Survivor Support Program.

Finally, the Coroner’s Office is hosting a Zombie Walk in Frisco starting at 8 p.m. Participants should put on their best zombie attire for a costume contest and seasonal cocktails from a number of local restaurants. Tickets are $30, and include participation in the cemetery tour.

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