Show off your dog’s Halloween costume while trick or treating for a good cause at Howl for the Animals, to benefit the Cocheco Valley Humane Society. Howl for the Animals takes place this Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Haunted Overload at DeMeritt Hill Farm in Lee, NH (66 Lee Road). Proceeds from Howl for the Animals directly benefit the important work of caring for the animals at the Cocheco Valley Humane Society. In addition to Howl for the Animals, Haunted Overload will continue its long tradition of generously donating a percentage of the proceeds from the entire season to the Cocheco Valley Humane Society!
Dogs are allowed at Haunted Overload this Saturday only, at Howl for the Animals, which is a non-scary event. There will be friendly characters handing out candy to trick or treaters, and there will also be craft vendors, raffles and activities for children. Howl for the Animals is for the whole family, so dogs are encouraged to attend in costumes! There will even be prizes for the best dog Halloween costumes. Admission is $5.00 per person with ALL proceeds to benefit the Cocheco Valley Humane Society.
Haunted Overload has been voted one of the top haunts in the country! The haunt is an experience unlike any other as customers walk through an outdoor haunt with actors, 34-foot monsters and scary structures that rival movie quality sets and special effects. Haunted Overload takes place at DeMeritt Hill Farm on October 13-15, 19-22 and 26-31. There are day haunts which are child-friendly and family focused so everyone can enjoy the haunt, as well as Fright-nights which are extra scary! Howl for the Animals takes place during the day when friendly monsters comes out to play in the safety of the daylight. Please note that dogs are only allowed at this one event, Howl for the Animals. For more information on both day and night time frights, please visit Haunted Overload. To learn more about Howl for the Animals, and how the proceeds from Haunted Overload benefit the important work of CVHS, please visit the Cocheco Valley Humane Society.
Lend a Helping Hand: Haunted Overload is committed to supporting Cocheco Valley Humane Society by donating a portion of their proceeds to help the animals. In return for their generosity, CVHS recruits volunteers to help us with various tasks during the day and night haunts. CVHS needs volunteers to help with parking, greeting volunteers, feeding the actors, handing out candy and other tasks during Haunted Overload day and night haunts as well as the Howl for the Animals Fundraiser on Saturday, October 14th. In addition to free passes, if you sign up and complete 6 parking shifts by the end of the haunt you’ll get a Haunted Overload hoodie sweatshirt! Have questions? Email Katie Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org.