Advertisement

  • Published Date

    October 25, 2020
    Learn More, Click Here.

Ad Text

Get scared with the West Alexander Scare at the Fair The West Alexander Scare at the Fair is serving up five full weekends of fright and fun. While many similar attractions were forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Alexander Fair Board found ways to adapt. "We started planning in the spring, and every time we would get a plan together, the restrictions would change," Rich Hunter, director of the West Alexander Scare at the Fair and member of the fair board, said. "So we kept adapting. We made adjustments. We are following all of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state guidelines. And we have taken steps to ensure the safety of our guests and actors. without sacrificing the experience." Visitors can weave their way through 8500 feet of nightmarish delights. This year's theme takes a page right out of real life as the Alien Cannibal Hillbilly Virus of 2020 (ACHV-20) takes hold of the fairgrounds. Hunter said return guests can expect a unique experience. "We never set it up the same way twice," he said. "It will be completely different than past years." In past years, attendance your tickets there. Then you will be notified when it is your group's turn," has been slow the first few Hunter said. "On cold, wet nights, it's weekends. But not this year. probably better to be sitting in your car than standing in line." Clear shower curtains will create a barrier between visitors and their surroundings, and tight spaces have been eliminated. Hunter said the haunt will be disinfected between each visit. Masks are required. "It has been fantastic," Hunter said. "Our numbers are up from last year. With so many haunts being closed this year, we have To help pass the time, visitors can order food or enjoy a movie. The West Alexander Scare at the Fair runs every Friday and Saturday from 7-11 p.m. until Oct. 31. Admission for adults is $15 and children 18 and under are $10. been pretty lucky." For visitors looking for two frights in one night, a repeat trip through the haunt is $5. Group discounts are available. Cash and credit cards are accepted. All proceeds will benefit the West Alexander Fair. "We have set it up like a drive-in," Hunter said. "Concession orders will be delivered to your vehicle." For more information about the West Alexander Scare at the Fair, visit wascarefair.com. While there are no age restrictions for visitors, this year's haunt is not Tickets can be purchased as visitors enter and will stop recommended for children under eight. being sold at 10 p.m. Visitors are asked to stay in their vehicles until it is their turn to visit the haunted facility. Sponsored content brought to you by "We are getting a lot of questions about an age recommendation, but I leave it up to the parents," Hunter said. "They know their kids best." visit "When you arrive, an event representative will greet you at your vehicle and you can purchase Washington County. PA Get scared with the West Alexander Scare at the Fair The West Alexander Scare at the Fair is serving up five full weekends of fright and fun. While many similar attractions were forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Alexander Fair Board found ways to adapt. "We started planning in the spring, and every time we would get a plan together, the restrictions would change," Rich Hunter, director of the West Alexander Scare at the Fair and member of the fair board, said. "So we kept adapting. We made adjustments. We are following all of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and state guidelines. And we have taken steps to ensure the safety of our guests and actors. without sacrificing the experience." Visitors can weave their way through 8500 feet of nightmarish delights. This year's theme takes a page right out of real life as the Alien Cannibal Hillbilly Virus of 2020 (ACHV-20) takes hold of the fairgrounds. Hunter said return guests can expect a unique experience. "We never set it up the same way twice," he said. "It will be completely different than past years." In past years, attendance your tickets there. Then you will be notified when it is your group's turn," has been slow the first few Hunter said. "On cold, wet nights, it's weekends. But not this year. probably better to be sitting in your car than standing in line." Clear shower curtains will create a barrier between visitors and their surroundings, and tight spaces have been eliminated. Hunter said the haunt will be disinfected between each visit. Masks are required. "It has been fantastic," Hunter said. "Our numbers are up from last year. With so many haunts being closed this year, we have To help pass the time, visitors can order food or enjoy a movie. The West Alexander Scare at the Fair runs every Friday and Saturday from 7-11 p.m. until Oct. 31. Admission for adults is $15 and children 18 and under are $10. been pretty lucky." For visitors looking for two frights in one night, a repeat trip through the haunt is $5. Group discounts are available. Cash and credit cards are accepted. All proceeds will benefit the West Alexander Fair. "We have set it up like a drive-in," Hunter said. "Concession orders will be delivered to your vehicle." For more information about the West Alexander Scare at the Fair, visit wascarefair.com. While there are no age restrictions for visitors, this year's haunt is not Tickets can be purchased as visitors enter and will stop recommended for children under eight. being sold at 10 p.m. Visitors are asked to stay in their vehicles until it is their turn to visit the haunted facility. Sponsored content brought to you by "We are getting a lot of questions about an age recommendation, but I leave it up to the parents," Hunter said. "They know their kids best." visit "When you arrive, an event representative will greet you at your vehicle and you can purchase Washington County. PA