140 year of Shriners

140 year of Shriners

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

The Nile Shriners present the ultimate haunted house experience this Halloween season with the return of Haunted Nightmare at the Nile

Seattle's Only Haunted Golf Corpse to 

Deliver the Screams Again in 2015

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE, WA, September 02, 2015 / -- Prepare to

experience your worst nightmare this October as the Nile Shriners 

present their 5th annual haunted attraction, Haunted Nightmare at 

the Nile. Screams will be heard across Lake Ballinger at 11 terror-filled

 shows, including October 9, 10, 16, 17, 22, 23,24, 29, 30, 31 and 

November 1. Shows run from 7 pm to 11 pm on Friday and Saturday

 nights and 7 pm to 10 pm on Thursday and Sunday nights. 

Tickets are $15 or $20 for a faster VIP line and can be purchased 

online or on-site at the box office.

Those who survive the various haunted houses will love catching their
 breath in the Food and Fear Garden. Exclusive Haunted Nightmare
 merchandise and photo-ops will be available as well as plenty of food,
 sweets and beverages (including frothy evil elixirs for our guests 21 and over).
Mark your calendars for the Nile Halloween Family Funfest on Sunday,
 October 25th. From 3 pm to 8 pm, the Haunted Nightmare creatures 
retreat to their coffins, caves and crypts, allowing families to enjoy a much
 tamer haunted house experience. Admission is just $10. Halloween candy
 awaits those children brave enough to experience the various haunted 
attractions. Bouncy houses, cotton candy and face painting will entertain 
the children while mom and dad enjoy a car show, vendor booths and plenty
 of great food.
Darkness sets the stage for the return of the ever-popular "Fright Light Night"
 on November 1st. On this final night of haunting, the Nile's haunted grounds 
go pitch-black, leaving you with only your cunning and a special finger flashlight (available at the box office) to guide the way.
Haunted Nightmare at the Nile is a volunteer-driven, non-profit event 
benefiting the Nile Shriners. Ongoing needs include actors, airbrush 
and SFX makeup artists, set designers and security personnel. 
Those interested in joining the haunted attraction Scream Team should
 register at http://hauntednightmare.hauntscheduler.com.
The haunted house is located adjacent to I-5 off Exit 177 at Nile Shrine 
Golf Center - 6601 244th St. SW Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043. For tickets 
and info, visithttp://www.HauntedNightmare.com.
About Haunted Nightmare
The Haunted Nightmare team of volunteers began producing haunted 
attractions in 2009 for various charities. The event included locations 
in Bothell and Snohomish, leading up to their current partnership with 
the Nile Shriners in 2013. They are a proud member of the Haunted 
Attraction Association and are C.H.A.O.S. certified (Certified Haunted 
Attraction Operator Safety Program).
About the Shriners
Shriners International is a fraternity based on fun, fellowship and the 
Masonic principles of brotherly love, truth and relief. Throughout history,
 both the Freemasons and Shriners have had a reputation for secrecy, 
but their mission is straightforward. Shriners are committed to:
- Being the premier fraternal organization for men of good character.
- Providing attractive, quality programs and services for its members,
 their families and their friends in a spirit of fun, fellowship and social 
camaraderie.
- Fostering self-improvement through leadership, education, the 
perpetuation of moral values and community involvement.
The Nile Shriners first received their charter in 1909. Land for the current 
Nile Shrine Center was purchased in 1924 and has evolved into what it is
 today, featuring 3,000 feet of choice waterfront on Lake Ballinger, an 
18-hole golf course, a lodge featuring a bar & grill and multiple rooms 
for private events, multiple warehouses for storage and meeting areas 
for various clubs, caretaker and groundskeeper quarters, extensive 
picnic areas and more. The Nile Shriners have been a positive influence 
in the community for decades, and their units, such as Clowns, Mini Bikes 
and Oriental Band, continue to bring smiles at local parades.


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