The 2016 Portland Zombie Walk is tomorrow, Monday, October 30, 2016
A horde of the undead will shuffle through town, grubling and moaning in search of tasty human brains and flesh, upon which they feed. Zombies will gather at Pioneer Courthouse Square for the 11th annual Portland Zombie Walk.
A GoFundMe.com campaign was launched to help pay for the event expenses. Please join PortlandZombies.com in supporting this campaign.
In other news…
A horde of Portland Zombies crawled from their graves for a dance performance to the song Thriller, by Michael Jackson. The event was a great success and the zombies were amazing! Visit the Thrill The World photo page on PortlandZombies.com to see new pictures posted today.
Thrill Portland announced the schedule for next several practices for Thrill The World!
Sunday, October 16th, 2:00 to 4:00 PM
2620 NE Fremont St. (east side of the building), with Dano
Friday, October 21st, 6:00 to 8:00 PM
2620 NE Fremont (east side of the building), with Schlyce
Sunday, October 23rd: 2:00 to 4:00 PM
2620 NE Fremont (east side of the building), with Dano
Friday, October 28th: 6:00 to 8:00 PM
Q Center, 4115 N Mississippi.
Saturday, October 29th, 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Fremont UMC, 2620 NE Fremont
The Thrill The World dance will be on October 29th at 3:00 PM at the Irving Park covered basketball court at 7th Ave. & Fremont in Portland.
Thrill The World has also announced a special Thriller class on Thursday, October 27th, led by Rejoice! Diaspora Dance Theater. There is a $10 fee for the class. All proceeds will benefit local community organizations. The class will be from 7:30 to 8:30 PM at the North Star ballroom. 635 N. Killingsworth. More info can be found on the facebook event page.
October 22nd, 1:00 to 4:00 PM Main City Park 219 S. Main Ave. Gresham, Oregon 97080
PortlandZombies.com encourages all Portland area zombies to shamble over to the East Side for next Saturday’s Zombie Walk in Gresham. This may be the only chance to join a horde of grizzly, grumbly, undead souls in search of flesh on which to feast. You better not miss it!
FrightTown™ has three haunted houses in one location. FrightTown™ fills the 40,000 square foot Exhibit Hall beneath the Memorial Coliseum at the Rose Quarter. One regular admission to FrightTown™ at the Rose Quarter is $23 for all ages, for THREE haunted houses – a whole city block of screams and shock! Tickets are available at the box office or you can buy them online.
FrightTown™ is the Pacific Northwest’s biggest, scariest and best-reviewed haunted event. Baron Von Goolo’s Museum of Horrors, the top rated madhouse of humor and horror, returns for its fifteenth year in Portland with new scares around every corner; our bloodiest haunt to date, The Witch House pushes you into a conflict between police and a cult of mad demon-worshippers who have unleashed dark powers far beyond their ability to control!; and all new for 2016, we open the creaking doors to Grimthorne Manor, a twisted mansion of gothic horror overflowing with angry spirits and evil beasts beyond description! Three big haunts, three different nightmares – there’s something to scare everyone at FrightTown™!
1031 Community Theatre & FrightTown™ are on the lookout for the theatrically inclined volunteers for the project, which benefits local non-profits like Central City Concern, PHAME, Rafael House and more.
Wear your witch’s hat but leave the broomstick at home and let the Tram fly for you. Portland Aerial Tram will have frightful and delightful family activities from noon to 4pm, including mask painting and crafting for kids. Dancers from Oregon Ballet Theatre performing in the lobby.
Saturday, October 29, 2016
Portland Aerial Tram 3303
SW Bond Ave.
Portland, OR, 97239