POST FALLS, Idaho - When you take a step inside the Post Falls Lions Club Haunted House, you're stepping into one of the Inland Northwest's best scare factories. The Lions Club gets help from local high school students who put on one heck of a show and dress up every October weekend to bring terrifying scenes to life.
This is a haunted house with a heart; in the forty years it's been here, the event has brought in big money for those in need.
"We've contributed well over $300,000 back into the community. Mostly helping people with glasses that can't really afford them on their own and hearing aids," said Post Falls Lions Club member Rick Steele.
You can be a part of all that good and have a really good time. The weather this weekend is no excuse either as this haunted house boasts covered waiting areas to keep you out of the rain.
The doors open at 502 E. 4th Street in Post Falls at 7:00 p.m. You have this weekend and next to come check it out.
Tickets are only $7 but you'll pay just $5 with a donation of two canned food items for the Post Falls Food Bank.
Click here for a link to their Facebook page for more information.
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