Published on October 16, 2019

For a Ghoulishly Good Time, Call the Halloween Haunt!

Halloween Haunt is an annual event that happens at Servus Place each October as a way for families to join in the spooky fun that fills the month. Last year, over 3,000 people came through the doors on the day of the Haunt, and it is clearly one of the most exciting and popular events of the season.

Attendees joined in with costumes and disguises as they participated in activities like the Cabinet of Curiosities Open House (this one is only for the bravest – eight years and older), bounced their ways through the giant inflatables, interacted with the creepiest of crawly animals and got artsy with the spookiest of crafts.

Child dressed up as Albert Einstein

Child dressed up as zombie bride

This year, the Halloween Haunt is coming back bigger and scarier than ever, with more activities for the whole family (like the Tiny Tot Play Area, StoryWalk, and the Inflatable Haunted House for the youngest of guests) and special activities like Archery Tag and the Pumpkin Show Aglow for those a bit older. On October 18, Servus Credit Union is helping the City of St. Albert transform Servus Place into a ghoulishly good time between 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Everyone is welcome, but standard admission rates will apply (memberships or daily admission will work!). You and your family can grab your admission wristbands starting as early as 5:30 a.m. on the day of the event and it’s recommended that you get them early to avoid long lines and the scary thought of missing out entirely.

Child dressed up as a cakeThis year, the team is even recruiting volunteers, aged 13 and older to help scare the pants off guests(just kidding – please keep your pants on at all times!) from 5 to 9 p.m. Anyone who is interested in helping run and supervise crafts, archery tag, obstacle courses and inflatables can contact Kathleen Hilsden at or 780-418-6042.

We hope to see you there. We’d be horrified to hear you missed it!

View the Halloween Haunt Event Page.

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Last edited: October 17, 2019