The Wayland Public Schools Foundation will welcome ghouls and goblins, monsters and princesses to its Haunted Homecoming event at on Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m.
According to a press release, the party is an opportunity for the WPSF to raise funds needed to support all five Wayland Public Schools with "grants for innovative programs and educational resources."
The 2010 event drew more than 300 people clad in Halloween costumes or Wayland the "home team" colors of orange and black. Costumes are required, but are certainly encouraged ... an encouragement many took to heart last year as photo evidence proves.
The event featured a "dance floor transformed into a graveyard [that] had guests dancing and shrieking with 'neighbors who looked like strangers' into the wee hours of the morning," the press release states.
This year's event will feature student entertainment, a DJ, dancing, drinks, desserts and an opportunity to support the work of the WPSF.
Tickets are available on the WPSF website and start at $35 in advance. Tickets at the door are $60.