On October 25, 2017

Costumes required for Wobbly’s annual benefit Halloween party

Tuesday, Oct. 31, 9 p.m.—KILLINGTON—The Wobbly Barn’s legendary event returns this Halloween, Tuesday, Oct. 31, the annual tradition opening the venue for the season. It’s the Halloween party where costumes are required to get in, and the prizes are worth the effort, so get creative and don your best. Costume prizes include a Killington season pass for best costume, Pico season passes for best couple and free dinner at the Wobbly Barn Steakhouse for best group.

There are prizes for best individual, couple, and group costume.

Sonic Malfunction will have the dance floor moving while judges pick their favorite costumes.

Doors open at 9 p.m. Proceeds from the entry fee benefit the Killington Fire Department. Wobbly Barn is located at 2229 Killington Road, Killington. Visit the website at wobblybarn.com.

Photo by Dave Hoffenberg
These ladies were dressed to kill during one of the Wobbly’s infamous Halloween bashes.

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