This weekend, you can get into the Halloween spirit by visiting haunted houses, coming face to face with life-like dinosaurs, and even helping fight hunger while you’re at it.
Come face to face with the most terrifying characters ever immortalized on the big screen.
Freddy Krueger, Jason, Leather-Face, And Pinhead are joining forces in the halls of the titans of terror nightmare chamber haunted house at the Randall Theatre in Medford.
Starting this Friday, thrill seekers can take a bone-chilling stroll through a 12,000 square-foot labyrinth recreating the worlds of these four movie mega-villains.
They will be joined by other ghoulish creatures who will keep you looking over your shoulder long after you leave the haunted halls. Admission is ten dollars at the door.
Discount tickets are available at the magic man fun shops in Medford and Grants Pass. The titans of terror nightmare chamber at the Randall Theatre in Medford runs from October 18 through November 2.
Scary clowns, horror movie characters, chains and spider webs are all coming together this week to help feed local families in need.
Starting Friday, the annual Circus of Screams opens up on Highway 62. This year’s haunted house comes with 6,000 square feet of haunted fun. Admission is $7 per person with a non-perishable food item $10 without.
The haunted house will be open Friday and Saturday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. along with the following two weekends. Food donations will go to ACCESS.
Take a journey back in time and learn what it might be like to walk with the dinosaurs.
“Return of the Dinosaurs” is coming this weekend to the Jackson County Fairgrounds. The exhibit features over 50 life-size dinosaurs. Realistic animatronics bring many of the legendary creatures to life.
Visitors can even ride a few. “Return of the Dinosaurs” runs Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets are $14 to $18.
This weekend in Klamath County, it’s time to celebrate the spud.
The Klamath Basin Potato Festival begins today and continues through Saturday. Events and entertainment will take place throughout the city of Merrill.
Don’t miss the parade at 11 a.m. on Saturday and following the parade the bed races. Plenty of food and fun for the entire family.