Ski Sprites’ annual Halloween tradition returns after being cancelled last year due to the pandemic

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – An Eau Claire Halloween tradition returns tomorrow night.

After being canceled last year due to the pandemic, the Ski Sprites’ Haunted House reopens on Dewey street.

It’s the Ski Sprites major annual fundraiser.

This year’s theme is fractured fairy tales.

People will see some of those classic stories, With a scary twist. 

“You will walk through room by room. Each room will have a different fairy tale and there will be some mazes involved, of course there’s going to be lots of jump scares, lots of fun to be had around every dark corner.”

The haunted house will be open from 7 – 11 pm Thursday through Saturdays until Halloween.

Admissions costs 10 dollars at the door. However, it only costs nine dollars with a donation to Feed My People food bank.

Tickets are also available for eight dollars at Eau Claire and Altoona Kwik Trips.

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