Zombie Walk Vancouver and White Rock

September 4th, 2014 @ 6:17pm (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

Those who enjoy dressing like the undead will have plenty to do this weekend as two zombie walks take place in Metro Vancouver. The zombie walk in Vancouver will be first, starting out from the Vancouver Art Gallery on Saturday morning while White Rock hosts its fourth annual zombie walk on Sunday.

Zombiewalk 2012 // Vancouver Zombie Walk 2010 - Vancouver, British Columbia Untitled
Photo credit: Winston Wong & Rob Masefield & Ed Lau on Flickr

Vancouver Zombie Walk

Where: Saturday, September 6, 2014 at 3:00pm
When: Vancouver Art Gallery (Georgia St between Howe and Hornby)
Details: Assemble at the Vancouver Art Gallery steps at 3:00pm and hit the road by 4:00pm. The group will walk around the gallery to Robson until Denman then turn left toward English Bay. There will be an after party at Club 23 West Cordova. Read more on the official event Facebook page.

White Rock Zombie Walk

Where: Sunday, September 7, 2014 at 1:30pm
When: Washington Avenue Grill (15782 Marine Dr, White Rock)
Details: The walk will make its way to the White Rock Pier form the starting point. There will be prizes for best costume and participants are asked to bring non-perishable food items for the Sources Food Bank. The route will be shorter this year to make it more family-friendly. Read more on the official event Facebook page.

Zombies!! Untitled 2012 Vancouver Zombiewalk | Vancouver Art Gallery
Photo credit: John Biehler & Ed Lau & Rick Chung on Flickr

Zombie walk etiquette dictates that participants should shuffle along in character but refrain from disturbing passersby who do not wish to be engaged. Be sure to stay to the route, on public property, and above all have fun.

Oktoberfest in Vancouver: Steam Whistle Brewing

September 4th, 2014 @ 4:43pm (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s time to dust off your lederhosen as Steam Whistle Brewing brings their own Oktoberfest celebrations to the Imperial in Vancouver on September 20th. Enjoy music from The Rheinlander Oom-pah Band, entertainment by the AVC Edelweiss Dancers from the Austria Vancouver Club in Richmond, food by Bestie, and plenty of beer.

What Steam Whistle Brewing’s Oktoberfest in Vancouver
Where The Imperial (319 Main St, Vancouver)
When Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 8:00pm
Tickets Tickets are $15 in advance online or $20 at the door. Each ticket comes with a souvenir 1/2 litre ceramic stein to cheer this renowned beer festival. Prizes will be awarded for best costumes.

SteamWhistleOktoberfestVancouver“Vancouver is recognized for its festivals, so we knew after our staff trip to Munich for the world famous Oktoberfest, that if we were going to share the true festival experience with our West Coast friends – we had to do it right,” explains James Foran of Steam Whistle Brewing.

“This is our 2nd year celebrating Oktoberfest in Vancouver and we’re focused on bringing to life the camaraderie, food, folk culture, fun, traditional costumes and beer that Germany is renowned for. We’re inviting craft beer lovers to join in Steam Whistle’s take on this beer celebration.”

Bars across BC will also serve Steam Whistle Pilsner in the limited edition 1/2 litre Oktoberfest ceramic stein through October, while quantities last. Some will even offer a stein re-fill station, ask servers for details.

Oktoberfest Facts: Each year in Munich, Germany, festival goers consume over 7 million litres of beer, 500,000 roast chickens, 240,000 sausages, 70,000 pork knuckles, and a gazillion doughy pretzels! In honour of these customary foods, Steam Whistle has Oktoberfest inspired recipes for Schnitzel and potato salad.

Steam Whistle is an independent brewery housed in Toronto’s historic John St. Roundhouse, which is actually a dead ringer for the Yaletown Roundhouse in Vancouver. A 2012 Gold Medal winner at the Canadian Brewing Awards, their refreshing Pilsner is crafted with traditional European brewing methods and only four, natural (GMO-free) ingredients under the watchful eye of their Czech Brewmaster.

If you would like to attend Steam Whistle’s Oktoberfest in Vancouver, I have a pair of tickets to give away along with two ceramic steins. Here’s how you can enter to win:

  • Leave a comment on this post… in German (1 entry)
  • Post the following on Twitter (1 entry)
RT to enter to win tickets to @SteamWhistle’s #Oktoberfest from @Miss604 http://ow.ly/B6Vhu

Follow Steam Whistle on Facebook and Twitter for more information. I will draw one winner at random from all entries at 12:00pm on Thursday, September 11, 2014. Must be 19+. Please enjoy responsibly.

Update The winner is Terri!

VIFF 2014: Galas, Film Series

September 4th, 2014 @ 11:14am (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Vancouver International Film Festival (“VIFF”) has announced its lineup featuring 353 films from over 65 countries, including 223 features and 130 shorts. This also includes 32 world premieres, 38 international premieres, 22 North American premieres, and 47 Canadian premieres.

Reese Witherspoon in Wild.

There are 9 major film series at VIFF: Galas and Presentations, Canadian Images, Cinema of Our Time, Dragons and Tigers, NonFiction Features, Arts and Letters, Spotlight on France, Altered States, Short Film Showcase, and Special Programs which will feature “Style in Film”.

VIFF 2014: Galas

VIFF’s Opening Night Gala film is the much-anticipated feature Wild, by Canadian filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée, of Dallas Buyers Club fame. Nick Hornby’s adaptation of Cheryl Strayed’s best-selling memoir, stars Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern, and portrays a self-destructive woman who attempts to leave behind her years of drug abuse and recklessness with a solo, 1,000-mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail.

Showtimes for Wild: September 25th at 6:30pm and September 27th at 3:00pm at The Centre for Performing Arts.

VIFF’s Closing Night Gala film is the Sundance Grand Jury and Audience Award winner, Whiplash (USA). Fierce rhythms and ferocious humour drive Damien Chazelle’s riveting film about an ambitious jazz drummer (Miles Teller) pushed beyond his breaking point by an instructor (J.K. Simmons) who takes tough-love to extremes.

Showtimes for Whiplash: October 10th at 6:30pm at The Centre for Performing Arts and October 10th at 9:00pm at the Vancouver Playhouse.

The Special Presentation Gala film (formerly Dragons and Tigers Gala) is the world premiere of The Vancouver Asahi (Japan). In Vancouver’s old Japantown, a group of Canadian-born kids launched their own baseball team, the Asahi. Yuya Ishii’s (Mitsuko Delivers) lavish-scale entertainment chronicles their battles against failure, racism and prejudice—and the brief moment of triumph they enjoyed before Pearl Harbor changed everything. Director Yuya Ishii and actors Satoshi Tsumabuki, and Kazuya Kamenashi will be in attendance.

The Canadian Images Gala film, is the BC Premiere of October Gale, which is written and directed by Ruba Nadda and stars Patricia Clarkson, Scott Speedman and Tim Roth. The film tells the story of a doctor who takes in a mysterious man that washes ashore at her remote cottage with a gunshot wound.

Miss604 is a proud Media Sponsor of the Vancouver International Film Festival

The screening of the Canadian Images film Preggoland is sponsored by Miss604 on September 30th at 6:15pm at the Vancouver Playhouse and October 2nd at 4:00pm at International Village.

All dates and full schedules will be released later this week with ticket sales opening up today. The 33rd annual Vancouver International Film Festival will run from September 25th to October 10th. Follow VIFF on Twitter and Facebook for the latest information and schedule updates.

September Late Night Movies at the Rio Theatre

September 4th, 2014 @ 9:14am (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Rio Theatre‘s Friday Late Night Movie lineup will be cut short this month but only to bring you even more movie goodness as a venue for the Vancouver International Film Festival. There are still three full Friday night movie events this month for those who love action, adventure, grilled cheese sandwiches, buttery popcorn, adult beverages and more!


September Late Night Movies at the Rio Theatre

These 19+ screenings can be complimented with a beverage from the theatre’s full service bar as you enjoy a night out with friends. Tickets are available online in advance or at the door for $8 or $6 if you come in costume.

Friday, September 5, 2014 – Double Bill

The Terminator (James Cameron, 1984)
A human-looking indestructible cyborg is sent from 2029 to 1984 to assassinate a waitress, whose unborn son will lead humanity in a war against the machines, while a soldier from that war is sent to protect her at all costs. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn.

Terminator 2: Judgement Day (James Cameron, 1991)
A cyborg, identical to the one who failed to kill Sarah Connor, must now protect her teenage son, John, from a more advanced cyborg, made out of liquid metal. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Edward Furlong, Robert Patrick.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Stand By Me (Rob Reiner, 1986)
I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve. Jesus, does anyone? | After the death of a friend, a writer recounts a boyhood journey to find the body of a missing boy. Based on Stephen King’s short story The Body. Starring River Phoenix, Wil Wheaton, Corey Feldman, Jerry O’Connell, Kiefer Sutherland, John Cusack, and Richard Dreyfuss.

Friday, September 19, 2014 – Triple Bill

The Evil Dead (Sam Raimi, 1981)
Five friends travel to a cabin in the woods, where they unknowingly release flesh-possessing demons. Starring Bruce Campbell.

Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn (Sam Raimi, 1987)
The lone survivor of an onslaught of flesh-possessing spirits holds up in a cabin with a group of strangers while the demons continue their attack. Starring Bruce Campbell.

Army of Darkness (Sam Raimi, 1992)
A man is accidentally transported to 1300 A.D., where he must battle an army of the dead and retrieve the Necronomicon so he can return home. Starring Bruce Campbell (of course!), Embeth Davidtz, Bridget Fonda

Miss604 is a media partner of the Rio’s Late Night Movie series.

The Rio Theatre is an independent art and movie house located at 1660 West Broadway, at Commercial Drive, and is easily accessible by transit. Follow along on Facebook and Twitter for more film screenings, comedy showcases, and special event information.

Canucks Introduce New Suites and Menu at Rogers Arena

September 3rd, 2014 @ 5:20pm (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

I was aware that the Vancouver Canucks as a team were in a rebuilding phase but I didn’t realize that Rogers Arena and the Canucks hospitality experience were undergoing similar overhauls. With a hard hat screwed on tight I joined a large group of Vancouver media this afternoon to check out what’s new at Rogers Arena — from the induction burners in the suites to perogies on hot dogs and margaritas on ice.

Rogers Arena

Suite and Luxury Experiences

The media cluster split off into two groups and I followed Harvey Jones, the VP of Construction and Jeff Stipec, VP of Hospitality, to level 200 where suites were being renovated. There are 14 suites being re-fit and re-furbished this year, getting new floors, cabinets, burners, appliances, and more.

Rogers Arena Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena

Walking down the hall there was the shell of a massive new space that will soon be the Loge Club. This will be an exclusive, luxury space with room for 13 groups of 6. Groups can book these high end seats that come with 3 course meals served throughout the game and semi-private viewing areas on the arena side. The Loge Club will have dedicated chefs, its own liquor lockup, its own wine cellar, and other premium features.

Behind the Scenes in the Kitchen

Rogers ArenaWe left one construction zone for another as we made our way to ground level and met Executive Chef Robert Bartley who was very excited to tell us about what will be produced in his kitchen this year. Rogers Arena will soon have its own butchery program, pastry shop, and locally-sourced, caught, and picked ingredients.

The kitchen aims have 60% of all ingredients sourced in BC. Salt Spring Island lamb, fresh off the boat spot prawns, sockeye salmon, pulled pork from the new smoker, and other homemade ingredients that will be used in the quick service areas along the concourse.

“Everyone loves seafood, I love seafood,” proclaimed Chef Bartley. He personally assures fans that hot dogs will be juicy, popcorn will be freshly popped, and the bread will be fresh daily.

After a quick tour of what will be the cook line, butchery, and walk-in freezer area we were led to the beer fridge. There will be over a kilometre and a half of new beer lines in Rogers Arena, the old ones — that are 19 years old — are being replaced. “The fans will never see these lines but they’re going to taste them,” Chef Bartley assured us. The new Fresh Tap system will save 260 tons of bottles each year.

Rogers Arena
Old beer taps that have been replaced.

Expanded Concourse and Quick Service

Heading back up to concourse level we toured through the new tower next door, which is growing to 26 storeys next to the Georgia Viaduct. There are five levels of the tower that fit in seamlessly with the Rogers Arena concourse so fans will have even more room to move around — and this includes even more bars, quick service stations, and 30% more washroom facilities all within 11,000 new square feet.

Rogers Arena

On level 100 there will be a brand new bar just off the concourse in the new tower. This will feature tap wine with a minimum of 12 different wines available at each game, and the new menu options like a Carve and Catch with hand-carved sandwiches, Smoke’s Poutine and lobster rolls. Jeff said that the goal is to prepare as much as they can right in front of the fans. New food, great food, and quick food are paramount for the fan experience.

Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena Rogers Arena

You’ll still be able to find pizza and family-favourite Triple O’s at Rogers Arena but the other quick service menus have changed drastically, with 180 new offerings. Chef Bartley has developed a vegetable-packed Flora Dog for vegetarians, chopped salads, high end grilled cheese concepts, an Asian noodle box, mac and cheese, poutine and fries with veggie options.

The new expanded hot dog stations are named Steamer’s, after Canucks great Stan Smyl, The Steamer, and appropriately there will be 12 different hot dog menu options. On the tour today we were served five options:

  • Glendon Perogy Dog: Potato and cheese perogy, sauerkraut, onions, sour cream, chives.
  • Flora Dog: (Veggie Dog) Mixed legumes, celebration of vegetables, spicy mayonnaise.
  • Maui Firedog: Spicy peppers, pineapple, chili mayonnaise, cilantro.
  • Bartley’s Signature: Bacon-wrapped, onions, cheddar cheese, mustard.
  • Croque Monsieur: (I missed the ingredients on this one but one can assume there is ham and cheese on there).

Rogers Arena Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena

Rogers Arena Rogers Arena

I didn’t try a hot dog but I did have a carved roast beef sandwich and a salmon roll. Both were served with house-made chips and the salmon roll came with sweet pickles. The meat was fresh, flavourful, and what I enjoyed the most was the variety in the bread. On the carved sandwich it was a soft brioche-type bun and the salmon was on a lightly toasted roll, crisp on the outside and soft on the inside.

Dessert was also circulating at the event and it will be available at concourse level on game days. Lemon blueberry cheesecake, butter tarts, salted caramel meringue, and peanut butter pie, oh my!

Steamer’s hot dog stations will be on level 100 and 300 next to new bar areas that will serve up Budweiser, Bud Light, Alexander Keith’s, Shock Top, and a refreshing cocktail menu crafted by Jay Jones.

Rogers Arena Rogers Arena

To put this into perspective, Vancouverites trust Trevor Linden with all their hearts when it comes to hockey and in the same vein, Jay Jones is the man you want to see behind a bar when you pull up your chair. I know this because ever since I met him at a mixology competition in 2010 (where I was a judge) he’s been influential, innovative, and incredibly supportive of the Vancouver cocktail scene.

It was happy news to any cocktail lover’s ears in July when Jones signed on as Director of Wine and Beverage. Margaritas, Manhattans, Negronis, Sidecars, all will be available to fans on the concourse level. Jones’ goal is to elevate the quality and selection of the bars at Rogers Arena while still making them approachable at reasonable price points.

It will be exciting to see how the fan experience changes on the concourse at Rogers Arena, as much as it will be to see new promising faces hit the ice when the new season starts. Follow the Vancouver Canucks on Twitter for all pertinent information about the NHL season and Rogers Arena updates.

Terry Fox Run Locations in Metro Vancouver

September 3rd, 2014 @ 2:14pm (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

The 2014 Terry Fox Run is just around the corner and while some kids may participate each year with their school (School Run Day is September 24th), this year families might need to take it upon themselves to sign up on their own. The general run takes places in hundreds of communities across Canada on Sunday, September 14th in memory of Terry Fox, and keeping with tradition there is no entry fee and no donation minimum to be met.

Terry Fox Plaza

Terry Fox Run Locations in Metro Vancouver

Location: Abbotsford
Details: The run starts at Tradex (north end) Building A at 9:00am.

Location: Agassiz-Harrison
Details: Starting at Cheam Retirement Village (1525 McKay Crescent). Registration is at 9:00am with 2km, 5km, and 10km options. Bikes, wheelchairs, strollers welcome along with dogs on leash.

Location: Aldergrove
Details: STarting at Aldergrove Kinsman Community Centre. Registration is at 9:00am.

Location: Bowen Island
Details: Starting at Collins Hall. Registration at 11:00am. 4km and 8km routes. Suitable for bikes. Not suitable for wheelchairs or rollerblades. Dogs on leash are welcome.

Location: Burnaby
Details: At Swangard Stadium. Registration at 9:00am followed by opening ceremonies and run start. 2km, 5km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers but not rollerblades. Dogs on leash are welcome in Central Park but not in Swangard.

Location: Chilliwack
Details: Starting at the Landing Sports Complex on Spadina. Registration at 8:30am. 2km, 5km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, and strollers. Not suitable for rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Coquitlam
Details: At Blue Mountain Park. Registration at 9:15am with 2km, 6km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Langley City
Details: At the Douglas Park Band Shell. Registration at 8:30am with 1km, 5km and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Langley Walnut Grove
Details: At the Walnut Grove Community Centre (front parking lot) 8889 Walnut Grove Drive. Registration at 8:30am with 5km and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers. Not suitable for rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows
Details: At Hammond Community Centre, Soccer field at 20601 Westfield Ave in Maple Ridge. Registration at 8:30am with 1km, 5km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

BC Sports Hall

Location: Mission
Details: At Fraser River Heritage Park, 7494 Mary St. Registration at 8:00am with 5km and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: New Westminster
Details: At New Westminster Quay/Pier Park. Registration at 9:00am by the food court. Run options are 1km, 2.5km, 5km, 7.5km, and 10km. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: North Vancouver
Details: At Inter River Park (Premier Street) Lacrosse Box. Registration at 9:00am with 1km, 2km, 5km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes. Not suitable for wheelchairs, strollers or rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Port Coquitlam
Details: At Hyde Creek Community Centre, 1379 Laurier. Registration at 8:00am with 2.5km, 6km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Richmond
Details: At Garry Point Park, Steveston. Registration at 9:00am with 1km, 5km, and 10km options. Bikes are accessible on the West Dyke for all routes; Wheelchairs may not be accessible due to a rough surface on the West Dyke and pathways around the park; Rollerblades are not accessible. Dogs on leash welcome.

“I’m not special. This just intensifies what I did. It gives it more meaning. It’ll inspire more people. I just wish people would realize that anything’s possible if you try; dreams are made possible if you try.” ~ Terry Fox

Location: SFU
Details: SFU Burnaby, SFU Surrey, and SFU Vancouver will have their runs on September 24th.

Location: Surrey Cloverdale
Details: At the Cloverdale Legion (17567 57th Ave). Registration at 9:00am with 1km, 5km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Surrey Newton
Details: Bear Creek Park, next to the Pavilion (accessed from parking lot off 88th Avenue). Registration at 8:00am with 1km, 5km, 10km options. Suitable for bikes, strollers and wheelchairs. Not suitable for rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: Surrey Fraser Heights
Details: At Fraser Heights Recreation Centre (10588 160th St). Registration at 9:00am with 2km, 5km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: South Surrey
Details: At the Rotary Field House, South Surrey Athletic Park, 148th St & 20th Ave. Registration at 8:00am with 1.5km, 6km, and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades.

Location: Vancouver Stanley Park
Details: At Ceperley Park near Second Beach within Stanley Park. Registration at 8:00am with 3km and 10km options, and a kids run. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, strollers, and rollerblades. Dogs on leash welcome.

Location: West Vancouver
Details: At Ambleside Park, at the west end (13th St). Registration at 8:00am with 5km and 10km options. Suitable for bikes, wheelchairs, and strollers. Not suitable for rollerblades. No dogs allowed.

BC Sports Hall

Follow the Terry Fox Foundation on Twitter and Facebook. If you would like to learn more about Terry Fox, the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum at BC Place is an excellent resource. There is an entire gallery dedicated to Terry, featuring artifacts, news clippings, and inspirational quotes.

Campbell Valley Wine Run 2014

September 3rd, 2014 @ 11:14am (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

Campbell Valley Park in South Langley is a wonderful place to explore marshlands, pastures, forest trails, and view wildlife. Situated in the heart of local wine country, it’s also the perfect location for the Campbell Valley Wine Run.

Campbell Valley Farm II
Photo credit: BillXu Photos on Flickr

Organized by Peninsula Runners of White Rock, this 15km run will course through Campbell Valley’s diverse landscape providing a scenic route for participants along with stops at 4 host wineries nearby.

What: Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 9:00am
Where: Start/Finish at High Point Equestrian Center (658-200 St Langley)
Registration: Register online or in person at a Peninsula Runners location.

This is a fun run, which won’t be officially timed, and prizes will be awarded for Best Costume. It’s all about having a good time on the run, wine tasting, and socializing. A course map can be found online here. There is also a 2 person relay option or a 5km walk/jog route available.

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Participating wineries include Domain De Chaberton (the oldest and largest winery in the Fraser Valley), Township 7, Neck of the Woods, and Vista D’oro. — three of which I toured in a single day a few years ago.

Participants can reserve/pre-order a gourmet burger that will be served up by Well Seasoned after the event and High Point will host a market in the afternoon as well. Follow the Campbell Valley Wine Run on Facebook for more information.

Playland Open Extended Days in September

September 3rd, 2014 @ 10:17am (PT) by Rebecca Bollwitt

The 104th annual Fair at the PNE closed out the season with an 8% increase in visitors this year and now Playland will welcome even more guests with extended days this month. Playland’s decision comes after an overwhelming response from parents who are looking for ways to keep kids entertained while the BC Teachers’ Strike continues.

Photo credit: Kevin Krebs on Flickr

Playland Open Extended Days in September

10:00am – 5:00pm Friday, September 5 to Sunday, September 7, 2014
10:00am – 5:00pm Friday, September 12 to Sunday, September 14, 2014
10:00am – 5:00pm Friday, September 19 to Sunday, September 21, 2014

Win Passes

To keep the Playland fun going, I have a pair of ride passes to give away that can be used during any of these extended days in September. Here’s how you can enter to win:

  • The Fair at the PNE had 54 rides in operation, name your favourite in the comments (1 entry)
  • Post the following on Twitter (1 entry)
RT to enter to win #Playland passes from @PNE_Playland @Miss604 http://ow.ly/B2VWB

I will draw one winner from all entries at 12:00pm on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 who will receive a pair of Playland 1-day PlayPasses valid during operational days in September 2014. Follow Playland on Twitter and Facebook to learn more about their September hours and upcoming attractions this fall.

Update The winner is @afruhling on Twitter!