Copper Door to transform into a haunted mansion

BEDFORD – On the evening of Thursday, Oct. 29, the Copper Door Restaurant will be transformed into a Halloween haunted mansion. Scary Scary Night is a private, by ticket only, 21+ fundraising event presented by FEEDNH.org, (Great NH Restaurants’ Charitable Trust) for the benefit of City Year, an education-focused nonprofit organization that works to help keep students in school.

"If you love Halloween as much as we do, you won’t want to miss this elaborate Halloween extravaganza we have planned," said Tom Boucher, owner and CEO of Great NH Restaurants.

This unique event will cater to adult Halloween enthusiasts, with costumes required, and promises a creep fest complete with black carpet welcome, live music and dancing, adult only witch’s brew, heavy hors d’oeuvres, costume contest, and other surprise spooky special features.

A team of City Year "zombies" will welcome guests as they enter the spook fest. As the copper door slams behind you, you’ll start to shiver as the evening of scary thrills and haunted surprises that lurk throughout the mansion will have you hoping it’s just your imagination.

Tickets are only available online, and can be purchased at www.scaryscarynight.com. The event is from 7:20 p.m. until 11 p.m.

Tickets are $125 each and include one drink ticket, hors d’oeuvres, entrance to all the activities and a $25 T-BONES Specialty Market gift certificate.

VIP tickets are $175 each and include all the festivities plus two drink tickets, a $25 Copper Door gift certificate, a $25 T-BONES Specialty Market gift certificate and a special black carpet early welcome at 7 p.m.

Scary Scary Night is sponsored in part by Eastern Bank, Martignetti Companies of NH, and The Crush! There are a few sponsor opportunities still available by calling 488-2833 for all the ghoulish details.

For more information, visit FEEDNH.org. FEEDNH.org, Great NH Restaurants’ Charitable Trust, is located at 124 Bedford Center Road, Suite B, Bedford, NH 03110. Call them at 488-2833.