ROSELLE, NJ - Starting on Thursday, Oct. 30 and running through Saturday, Nov. 1, “The Roselle” located at 128 West First Ave. in Roselle will open their doors once again. This time to experience the borough’s very first Haunted House.
Uber Entertainment, Mayor Jamel C. Holley, the Roselle Borough Council and the Roselle Department of Recreation are sponsoring “The Nightmare On Chestnut,” a haunted house for kids of all ages, even those who are young at heart.
"There will be no better way to celebrate Halloween in Roselle than by visiting our Haunted House," Roselle Mayor Jamel Holley said. "Make memories, have fun and maybe get a little spooked. But make sure you are there with all the kids for an event to remember.”
The Chestnut Street Community Church will provide child care services at their facility for those adults who have small children. Parents will be able to leave younger children in a safe environment and be able to enjoy the highlights of the haunted house.
There will be treats and activities for the kids while parents are off getting their fright on.
Lawrence Good of Uber Entertainment stated that "Uber Entertainment is re-vamping Halloween in Roselle.”
Admission is $5 and includes a frightful time.
Parking is available in all borough parking lots.