Santa Fe College’s Halloween Events

Fear Injection: The House of SEVEN!

Theatre Santa Fe presents a Halloween haunted house in the spirit of this horrific holiday.  Complete with a maze, lighting, special effects, music, and many ghoulish characters, this event is guaranteed to send chills up your spine!

This year’s event, called “House of SEVEN,”  includes unique images and characters in seven separate chambers of horror–each one guaranteed to mesmerize with fear and bring you shaking to your knees. Be there and BE SCARED!

Parents be aware — there will be graphic images depicted as part of this event. Strobes, fog, and sound effects will also be used. Use parental discretion for young children attending.

Fear Injection is 8 p.m.-midfright, tonight and Saturday, in Building S, rooms 29-30. Admission is $4 for all students with I.D. (SF, UF, and high school students); $6  general public; $2 children under 12 (must be accompanied by an adult). 

For more information email Gregg Jones, Theatre Santa Fe advisor or email Sarah Emmets, Theatre Santa Fe president.

Boo at the Zoo is Sunday

Come out to the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo from 3-7:30 p.m. on Halloween for a spooktacular trick-or-treating experience.

Our Zookeeping students will be dressed in costume and have set up spooky scenes and candy stations in the clearing in front of the zoo (instead of inside the zoo, so as not to disturb the baby gibbon).

Your kids can trick or treat and play lots of different games at this safe alternative to traditional trick or treating.

Admission is one canned good per person; people of all ages are invited. Come in costume!

Last year’s event drew 5,877 visitors, who donated 5,671 canned goods to fill area food banks.

For more information, please contact Zoo Director Jonathan Miot at 395-5602 or jonathan.miot@sfcollege.edu.

Green Halloween at Boo at the Zoo

The U.S. Green Building Council’s Heart of Florida Chapter is proud to partner with Boo at the Zoo, from 3-7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 31, for an awesome family Halloween event.

Green Halloween® is intended to showcase groups and companies committed to sustainable living. Green living educational activities, games and prizes will be available to entertain kids of all ages:

  • Demos of what’s going on with renewable energy production in our area
  • Puzzles that show what makes a product or building material green
  • How buildings are being sustainably designed for a better future for our children
  • Organic farm and gardening demonstrations for children
  • Cinema Verde will present a children’s environmental film at 4 and 5:30 p.m.
  • UF’s Greek and building design communities will feature green education games for the entire family

For more information about Green Halloween®, call Carol Goodwin at 352-745-2822.

More details in their press release