Featuring the Haunted Fear Garden & Zombie Dancers!

Come one, come all to The Nightmare on Maple! On October 27, 28, and 31, the Boundary Bay Brewery beer garden will be transformed into eerie scenes filled with ghosts, ghouls, and surprises at every turn.

This 8th annual Halloween event is all-ages from 6-9 PM and, during that time, features Zombie Dancer performances at the BAAY Theatre. Attendees can also head one block down Maple Street to Boundary Bay for the “Haunted Fear Garden” (entry at the alley off of Maple St).  Then, from 9-11 PM, the Fear Garden becomes age 21+ only, with more mature content. Admission is $10 general and $5 for kids ages 12 and under.

This is BAAY’s biggest fundraiser event of the year, and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to BAAY (Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth). BAAY is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children through the exploration of the arts. Providing equitable access to the arts is one of BAAY’s core values. Thanks in part to community fundraising events like this, BAAY has never turned a child away from its theatre or after-school enrichment programs for financial reasons. Thank you for helping us say “Yes” to more kids through your generous support!

Event Locations:
Haunted Fear Garden ~ at Boundary Bay Brewery (1107 Railroad Ave)
Zombie Dancers ~ performing at the BAAY Theatre (1059 N State St)

Dates/Times: October 27, 28, and 31, 2023
All ages from 6-9 PM
Age 21+ from 9-11 PM

Admission: $10 general ($5 for kids ages 12 and under)

This annual event is presented by BAAY and Boundary Bay Brewery.

About BAAY: Founded in 2006, Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth (BAAY) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching children’s lives through the exploration of the arts. We believe that the arts are a basic and essential component of all children’s education. We serve approximately 1,400 children ages 5-17 annually in our EduArts and Theatre programs, and provide over $30,000 a year in annual tuition waivers to remove financial barriers to participation. Learn how you can support the sustainability of this work at baay.org/support.