Looking for things that go bump in the night? Come out to Eerie Irving Oct. 30 from 5 to 10 p.m. at Trinity View Park, 2221 E. State Highway 356. Irving Parks and Recreation has invited the city’s ghouls, ghosts and not-so-scary monsters to thrill, shock and entertain.
This year, visitors will walk-thru a series of enclosed and open-air haunted scenes, including a meat factory, graveyard and ancient Egypt-themed room.
For the younger goblins and guests, the event will feature a variety of carnival-style games, a pumpkin patch for Instagrammable moments and other attractions.
With limited capacity, once the event parking lots are full for the event, entry will no longer be allowed to safely maintain control of traffic flow. Offsite parking is not available on city or neighborhood streets.
The City of Irving is sensitive to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Should circumstances change and prevent the event as planned, alternative details will be announced on the city website.