“Riverside Haunting” presented by Greenville Heritage Days
This event was conceptualized by the Greenville Heritage Days Committee as another way to bring our community together during one of the funnest seasons of the year! Local business, individuals, groups and organizations are invited to set up a haunted, halloween display for spectators to enjoy as they drive through Riverside Park during the scariest weekend of the year!
Are you brave enough to venture into riverside park after dark?
Enter Riverside Park after dark if you dare! Go past the ghosts and goblins and into the witches lair. Do what you can to survive the night, for what you will see will give you quite a fright! During the inaugural Riverside Haunting, spectators in the park will drive through a frightful Halloween experience of)haunted displays created by local businesses and organizations from the Greenville community.
October 26 ~ 8 pm to 11 pm
October 27 ~ 7 pm to 11 pm
Admission is by donation.
(All donations will benefit this year’s 2019 Heritage Days Festival in July)
Spectators may only enter the park in a vehicle. IF ON FOOT YOU WILL NOT BE GRANTED ADMITTANCE
**YOU MUST STAY IN YOUR VEHICLE AT ALL TIMES**
(ACTORS MAY APPROACH YOUR VEHICLE TO SCARE YOU BUT WILL NOT TOUCH YOUR VEHICLE OR PERSON)
FAMILY FRIENDLY EVENT
(ALL AGES ARE WELCOME- WE LEAVE IT UP TO THE DISCRETION OF PARENTS/GUARDIANS TO DETERMINE YOUR CHILD(REN’S) FEAR LEVEL. PLEASE BE AWARE THERE MAY BE FLASHING LIGHTS AND LOUD NOISES)
Display Registration INfo/ Form
Are you a Halloween fanatic? Love to get your scare on? Then we want you as part of our event! Any business, individual, group or organization is invited to set up a frightful display to be part of “Riverside Haunting.” Just submit your registration form and nominal fee by October 19th and get to work designing your site!
As always we cannot make our events possible without the help of community volunteers. Do you love Halloween and dressing up but aren’t able to pull together a site of your own for the haunting? No problem, we need plenty of individuals to help direct traffic and keep our spectators safe throughout the event!