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Welcome to the Ofrenda Halloween Festival

Welcome to the Ofrenda Halloween Festival

Spooky Season is here! Through October 13- 15 there will be a Halloween Festival taking place at Summit Park, Illinois. Be ready for the Dia De Los Muertos, The Halloween Costume Contest, Carnival.

“There is going to be having a carnival, trick or treat, pumpkins, food, hayride, music, costume contest, parade, movies, kids’ maze,” said Timothy Prince, the Director of Security. “This is a large festival that happens every year, and this is geared towards kids, so it isn’t terribly spooky.”

Only outdoor chairs and blankets are allowed for Friday’s movie night, according to Eventbrite. No satchels or backpacks, tripods, bags larger than 12″ x 12″ (subject to search) are allowed. It costs just $10 for valet parking.

Ofrenda Halloween Festival disclaims any liability for any harm and/or property damage incurred during the event. The fest may use your photo or video for promotional purposes.

Ofrenda Halloween Fest is under no obligation to issue a refund or provide any other form of monetary compensation in the event that one or more performances must be cancelled.

Don’t pass up the chance to enjoy some delectable delights.

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Kayed Halaikah, Staff Writer
Kayed Halaikah is an early graduate senior. He is a very helpful and respectful person towards others. He likes to hang out with family and friends most of time. He is ready to graduate and experience the real world during january.

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