Centennial Nights collaborating with Planning Recreation Program and Events to organize 'Boo's and Beats'
In collaboration with Centennial Nights, Central Michigan University's Planning Recreation Program and Events class RPL 430 is organizing "Boo's and Beats."
The event will take place from 9-11 p.m. Oct. 31 at Centennial Hall at 306 W Michigan Street in Mount Pleasant. Tickets cost $3 at the door and all proceeds will benefit the CMU Food Pantry.
Individuals can participate in "Boo’s & Beats" for free if they buy a ticket for Centennial Nights' Costume Party, occurring the same night. Tickets for the Costume Party cost $12 at the door for those in costume or $15 for those not in costume.
"Boo’s & Beats" is a haunted walk-through with five themed rooms. Some rooms consist of themes like an asylum and cult. All actors for this haunted walk-through are student volunteers from CMU.
This event was created from scratch by five students in RPL 430. The students had to find sponsors and fundraise because they lacked a budget.
One of the students running "Boo’s & Beats," Mount Pleasant junior Logan Moyle said the overall goal for the night is to get individuals to come out and have fun.
“They should expect a great haunted house experience that should be a lot of fun for any of the attendees,” Moyle said.