Frightful Friday starts Marriott madness

NAWILIWILI — The Fright Night and accompanying Halloween movie will be open on Halloween, said Anna Marie Jordan of the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club.

The Kauai Marriott has established a haunted house and movie night in the Puna Ballroom, taking full advantage of several rooms to create the haunting experience. It’s open tonight and Tuesday.

A child friendly version runs from 4 to 6:30 p.m., turning into a version for those 13 and older from 7 to 9:30 p.m. each night.

“Once you exit the haunted house, you are ushered to the movie, which also has a child-friendly theme,” said Jordan. “Once the older group is set up, there is a movie which is more age-appropriate. And yes, admission includes the movie.”

There will also be refreshments and snacks available, with all of the proceeds benefiting the Children’s Miracle Network. Admission to the haunted house and movie is $7, or $10 for unlimited walks.

“We did a haunted house a few years back,” said Hannah Taito. “We didn’t do one last year, but we thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to do another haunted house that is open to the public, and benefiting a nonprofit organization.”

Lee Ann Burgonia said her nose will be longer for the next few days.

“It was hard to see how the paper version of Hannah’s plan would work,” Burgonia said. “We only started working on it since Monday. Now, it’s coming to life, and you can’t appreciate how good it is until you go through it. They even got my child in a cage.”


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