The Strathmore Ag Grounds are bringing back the ghosts, clowns, and scares for their annual Fright Night.
For the first time, there will also be a sensory night.
Strathmore Stampede on-site Event Coordinator Taffinel Leblanc explained the evening is for those who need a little extra time or support.
"There's no people jumping out or anything when it comes to that, just you're kind of walking through. We're going to give you some flashlights. There'll be no strobe lights. There'll be no jump scares. It'll still be dark and spooky. Still, very much like Halloween."
Leblanc added there will be some touchy-feely items as visitors go through and some volunteers will be able to help eventgoers exit the maze if needed.
The setup took around two months to be completed and is ready for the public.
"This last week and a half we've been building and painting. There are lots of walls to go up and a big tarp to put on to make it nice and dark still. So, it definitely takes a lot of volunteers and we can't thank them enough."
Leblanc leaves off by saying that she recommends everyone come out and try sensory night.
"It's great to come out and try this event even if you are unsure."
Fright Nights Sensory Night is tonight (Oct. 26) from 6 to 8 p.m. and tickets are half-price. Pumpkin carving is also included in admission.
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