Scary little Christmas
Like so many events in October, A Creepy Little Christmas is a complete spooky experience. What do you expect to find? How about zombie elves, chainsaw-wielding snowmen, and maybe even Krampus!
Scare for a good cause
As usual, the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm will donate a portion of its proceeds to charity. The four-legged friends at the Warrick Humane Society will reap the benefits of A Creepy Little Christmas with proceeds from the event helping the animals. Warrick Humane Society is a 501 c3 no-kill shelter located right next door to the Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm at 5722 Van Road in Newburgh.
Just one weekend
Spooky Little Christmas will happen one weekend only, on December 9th and 10th starting at 6pm each night. You won’t want to miss this Christmas themed scare. Tickets are $10 and only $5 for children 10 and under. Buy your tickets at the door for Panic Night. If you bring an item from the Warrick Humane Society’s wish list to donate, you’ll earn $5 off your research ticket. According to the organizers, these are some of the items from that wish list:
Reams of copy paper
Kong toy dog
Prefer not to be afraid?
If you’re not feeling scared, or have younger kids, there is a Fear Free Tour every night from 5pm-6pm. Admission is only $5 for kids 10 and under but it’s free if you bring an item from the donation wish list above. To learn more, visit the official Facebook event page.
More about the Warwick Humane Society
The Warwick Humane Society is a wonderful 501 c3 not-for-profit, no-kill shelter serving Warrick County, located in Newburgh, Indiana. then on
… was founded in 1983 by a handful of dedicated volunteers who rescue lost, injured and neglected animals. Since WHS opened its premises in 1997 and began actively working with animal control agencies and other rescue organizations, WHS has rescued thousands of animals and placed them in loving homes… WHS receives no funding from taxes or any national organizations. WHS is funded entirely by individual and corporate donations, bequests, grants, and fundraising events. Because all animals adopted by WHS are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites, and microchipped in addition to receiving any other special care they may need, finding adequate funding is always a challenge.
To learn more about the Warrick Humane Society and to meet your new best friend, visit their Facebook page.