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      October 24, 2019

      Thursday   7:00 PM

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      Haunted Trap House

      Almost 30 years ago, in Oct 1989, an amazing substance abuse prevention program launched in Centreville. The town’s police chief at that time wanted to combine Halloween, Red Ribbon Week, and National Crime Prevention Month into one community-based event. His brainchild, “The Haunted Crack House Project,” told the tale of Liz, a 16-year-old entangled in the web of addiction.  After worldwide replications of the project since 1989, we are bringing the incredible presentation back to the community in which it was created—for a 30th anniversary edition centered on the current opioid crisis. ___________________________________________________________________________________ All parking will be at Queen Anne's County High School. FREE Shuttle buses will start at 6pm each night. FREE childcare services will be provided for up to one hour each night from Day Care Inc located next to the event. This program is intended for middle and high school age students and their families. Parent discretion is advised. We will have food trucks, outside band entertainment and spooky activities - and characters. Plenty to do while you wait to go through the Haunted Trap House. Only 300 tickets will be available each night at the door. Advance tickets are highly recommended.  ___________________________________________________________________________________ Age Restriction: This project is targeted toward middle school age students and older, along with their families. Parental discretion is advised. ____________________________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer: This attraction reserves the right to refuse anyone. You will experience special effects along a guided tour through what will be, at times, a dimly lit environment, and will experience the emotional portrayal of what can happen in the life of a substance abuser and their families. You should NOT ENTER the Haunted Trap House if you have any medical condition that renders you incapable of walking unaided. DO NOT ENTER the attraction if you are intoxicated, taking mind altering medications or using other illicit drugs of any type. You will not be admitted and/or you will be escorted out if any of these conditions are to be noticed by our staff. DO NOT smoke, run, eat or drink inside the attraction. Additionally, there is no touching of actors, other attendees or props inside the attraction. No cell phone use, video or flash photography may be taken inside the attraction. If any of the rules are not followed, you will not be admitted and asked to leave the property. Your ticket is a revocable license and may be taken and admission refused. Holder of this ticket understands that there is inherent risk involved with attending this attraction. Holder voluntarily assumes all risks and dangers associated with participation in this attraction. In consideration and acceptance of entrance into this attraction holder agrees to release the operators, their parent organizations, affiliates, offices, directors and employees and landlord from any liability, harm, injury or death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise directly or indirectly from attending this attraction or any of the attractions at this location. Gold Sponsors: Queen Anne’s County Government |Queen Anne’s County Drug Free Coalition |Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services | Queen Anne’s County Department of Health | Queen Anne’s County Board of Education | Queen Anne’s County Council for Children and Youth | Anne Arundel Medical Center | Kent Island Rotary | Town of Centreville

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