This is an annual event presented by UW-Madison's Saddle & Sirloin Club in conjunction with other CALS organizations. This event is located at the Old Horse Barn, hosted on October 29-30th from 7-10pm (7-8pm lights on for children.) Admission is $1 or one non-perishable food donation. All donations benefit the Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin. This event is staffed by the students of UW-Madison.
Prepare to be scared!
CAUTION: There are strobe lights used in this haunted house.
October 29 & 30
$1 admittance or a non-perishable food item
7-8pm lights on
$1 or non-perishable food item
With every $1 donation, 3 meals can be provided to families in need. All donations go to Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin. Help us help local families in need. For more information on what types of food are most needed visit: www.secondharvest.org
Once on Linden, you will need to turn into a small driveway between the Stock Pavilion and the Old Horse Barn; towards a white walking bridge. There is a parking lot on the south side of the Horse Barn.
There will be signs on the outside of the Horse Barn directing where to park. The Old Horse Barn is across the street from the Animal Sciences building.
September 30 - October 31
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