Scares for a good cause at Metro’s ‘Haunted Hall’

On October 31, The Metro will transform into a 'Haunted Hall' with activities for kids aged 2-10 in the afternoon and scary movies later on for the grown-ups and older kids.
On October 31, The Metro will transform into a 'Haunted Hall' with activities for kids aged 2-10 in the afternoon and scary movies later on for the grown-ups and older kids.

New Westminster may have a great family Halloween tradition in the making with The Metro Hall’s ‘spooktacular’ Haunted Hall.

On October 31, The Metro will transform its 8000 square foot events centre into a Haunted Hall in support of local charities. The family-friendly event will feature creepy cobwebs, ghosts and goblins, spooky sounds, a bouncy castle, tricks and treats, Halloween movies on a big screen and haunted hall tours with live spooks for the not so faint of heart.

The event caters to the local community and particularly families with Kids aged 2-10. During the day, the focus will be on younger families and will feature the bouncy castle and haunted hall tours. In the evening, The Metro will be featuring larger than life “fear flix” on the 9’ X 12’ screen for families with older kids.

The Metro’s Haunted Hall is located at 759 Carnarvon Street, New Westminster and is open on Halloween Day from 2pm – 10pm. Entry is by donation in support of The Youth Centre at Moody Park and Purpose Society.

Located in Downtown New Westminster, The Metro is an 8000 sq foot banquet hall and events centre catering to clients seeking a more uniquely glamorous venue. The Metro opened in February, 2009 and has been host to an array of events including weddings, fund raisers, corporate events, award ceremonies, musical acts, arts and cultural events and more.