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Fear on the Farm

Fear on the Farm will open to the public Sept. 7. It is located at 8325 Winfield Road, Winfield.

Charleston and the surrounding area has many fun and exciting activities for teens throughout the year. Here are some events in September:

  • The American Idol bus tour will be making a stop in Charleston on Sept. 15. Auditions will be held at Haddad Riverfront Park. So get your singing voice ready, you could be the next American idol! The event is free.
  • Get out your glow sticks! Sky Zone will be holding their GLOW Big or GLOW Home event on Sept. 14, 21 and 28 at 9 p.m. With lasers, music and black lights, Sky Zone is transformed into a jumping dance club. Sky socks are required, like always. Prices are varied depending on how long you want to jump: $17 for 60 minutes or $25 for 120 minutes, plus $5 purchase of reusable Glow shirt per person. The Sky Zone location is 500 Southridge Boulevard in Charleston.
  • Fall is upon us. That can only mean one thing — Halloween! If you love haunted houses, masks or anything Halloween, this is for you. Located in Winfield, three minutes past John Amos on Winfield Road, you will find Fear On The Farm. Opening on Saturday Sept. 22, it runs from 5-11 p.m. There are many things to do, such as The Spooky Woods Haunted Trail, zombie laser tag and a haunted ghost tour just to name a few. Their main attraction this year is the Weeping Willow Nursing Home. Admission is $15. With all the attractions they have, you will for sure get your money’s worth.