Thursday, October 20, 2016

Ghoulishly Good Times ahead for North Pacific Cannery Historical Site

Planning for the popular Halloween event at Port Edward's North Pacific Cannery Historical Site is almost complete, with the ghosts, goblins and awaiting monsters of North Pacific planning for some serious Haunting and guarantee a ghoulishly good time set for Sunday October 30th from 1 until 4PM.

Terror at the Cannery brings back to life the annual haunted house at the historic site on the Cannery road leading out of Port Edward, a family friendly event with spooky games suitable for kids, along with sweet filled treat bags for the younger visitors.

The popular Chamber of Chills attraction has been updated with an original storyline and some blood-curdling surprises. The narrated walk through the cannery's darkest and most fright filled building is only recommended for those visitors that are eight years and up.

Bob Payette, the President of the Port Edward Historical Society, the non profit organization that is responsible for the administration of the cannery noted the opportunity that Terror at the Cannery theme offers the community to check out the site one more time before the year comes to an end.

Payette also paid tribute to the "skeleton crew of volunteers who have stepped in to organize this year's event", advising that the Sunday at North Pacific will be  "more deliciously petrifying than ever before".

Admission to Terror at the Cannery is by donation on a cash only basis, with organizers having
looked at previous years to provide for this years experience, one they note will see changes that have eliminated wait times for those who dare to enter the Chamber ....

The North Pacific Cannery Historical site is located at the south end of Port Edward, follow Skeena Drive  through the District and along Inverness passage.

Learn more about the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site from their website here.

More items of interest on Tourism in Prince Rupert can be found here, while our archive of events on the North Coast is available here.

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