Mother nature scared the party away, at least until Monday night.
On Monday, local children and their families will be able to walk through the 4,000 square foot haunted house, check out a decked out carnival area, go for a pony ride, and enjoy other entertainment while munching on some sweet treats.
Ruth Sasser of the Bay County Sheriff's Office said, "Unfortunately the weather didn't cooperate with all our big plans, and we had to postpone it until Monday. As you can see we have experienced some damage with certain areas, but right now we are committed to getting here early Monday morning and just putting it back all together, hopefully doing in one day what it took a week to accomplish."
The best part about the event is it's open to everyone, and it's free!
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