Rock Lititz hosts ‘Shock the Block’ trick-or-treat night

By on October 11, 2017

Hayrides for kids and their parents are part of the Shock the Block Halloween event, set for Thursday, Oct. 26, at Pod 2 at Rock Lititz. Enjoying the ride to Rock Field are (left to right), Tyler Shirk, Bella Clair, Lilly Clair, and Haley Shirk. (Photos by Dick Wanner)

Trick-or-treaters of all ages are invited to Pod 2 at Rock Lititz for “Shock the Block,” a night of treats and family-friendly Halloween thrills on Thursday, Oct. 26, from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

A $2 admission benefits the Warwick Education Foundation. The Rock Lititz Campus is located at 100 Rock Lititz Blvd.

The Rock Lititz community of companies, many of which make touring superstars’ stages shine, are bringing their creativity and special effects to create an indoor array of activities that will transform their business spaces in Pod 2 to Pod Boo. Attractions include:

  • Costume contest parade for kids 12 and under at 6:30 p.m., with the best of show costume winning a bike from Lititz Bikeworks, plus prizes for runner-ups;
  • Shock Zone, a haunted house for older kids, created by Pyrotek, a company that creates world class special effects for Bruno Mars, Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, and other entertainers on tour;
  • Family-friendly hayrides through Rock Field, hot chocolate, and roasting marshmallows over outdoor firepits;
  • Games, pumpkin-decorating, temporary tattoos, crafts and treats throughout the building;
  • Indoor showing of spooky movies in the fog;
  • A photo booth for frightful and fun selfies; and
  • Food available for purchase at Gravie.

“Shock the Block is a way to say thank you to our supportive Lititz community,” said Andrea Shirk. “The Lititz area Boy Scouts and Warwick National Honor Society students have contributed their volunteer work to help create a very fun night.”

For more information, visit the Rock Lititz Facebook page.

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