FAQ

The Basics

Haunt in the ‘Mont is a SPOOKTACULAR “business crawl” fundraiser thru Downtown Longmont. 21+ trick-or-treaters (hopefully in costume) will make their way thru Downtown Longmont and redeem their tickets for complimentary food, drink, music, and other “treats” supplied by the generous Downtown Longmont businesses. Haunt in the ‘Mont is a fundraiser event, and 100% of proceeds will go to the Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley and will be used to benefit local elementary and middle schools.
October 27th 2017. 5:00-9:00 pm.
This event takes place at businesses in Downtown Longmont. Most participating businesses are located along Main Street between 1st and Longs Peak, but we have some great participants slightly off the beaten path. Make sure you venture over to 300 Suns and Wibby Breweries!
Stay tuned for the detailed program!
Most definitely! It’s Halloween and there is a costume contest at Breaker’s Grill! Besides, who doesn’t love dressing up?!
Great visibility and marketing opportunities for their businesses, as well as an opportunity to show their support for the schools and community. Destination businesses can give out tastes of food or drink and offer specials to Haunt in the ‘Mont guests.
The event is on…rain, shine, or zombies!
Haunt in the ‘Mont is an adult event. Because of this, we recommend you do not bring your children.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased for $25 on-line only and must be picked up before the event. From 5:00pm-9:00pm on October 28th, at participating destinations, you will receive a taste of food, drink, prize or give-away and/or entertainment.
Tickets can be purchased for $25 on-line only and must be picked up before the 28th. Remember, this is a 21+ event and IDs will be checked at each participating location that is serving alcohol.
No. Haunt in the ‘Mont will be held rain, shine, or zombies!

Code of Conduct

You must be 21 or over to consume alcohol!

Alcohol must be served and consumed on site of legal and licensed locations and will be served at the discretion of the location. We do not advocate excessive drinking and strongly encourage moderation and safe practices.

Anyone exhibiting disorderly conduct, drunken behavior, public urination or vandalism will be asked to leave the event immediately.

Look for safe ride home options! Be responsible and DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE.

While there are many complimentary options included in your event ticket – we encourage you to purchase items at locations you really enjoy. Make sure you tip the waitstaff well, and return to these businesses throughout the year!
By purchasing tickets you agree to the terms listed on this page, and authorize us (the event) to use to publish, copy, print, copyright or electronically transfer any or all photographs, video, or audio clips taken by an authorized event photographer for use after this event. You may contact us to request removal; please allow 30 days for us to comply with your request.

We Benefit Local Schools

The Education Foundation of the St. Vrain Valley will distribute the proceeds from the event as they see appropriate to schools throughout the district.
Education Foundation for the St. Vrain Valley will be in charge of allocating proceeds from this fundraiser to schools throughout the district.

Info for Businesses and Sponsors

We are always looking for more business involvement and sponsors!

If you are interested or would like more information, please contact hauntinthemont@gmail.com

There are still many ways you can become involved, even if your business is not located in Downtown Longmont. Please contact us at hauntinthemont@gmail.com with your ideas or to get some of our suggestions.

About the Presenting Sponsors

            Dr. Stephanie Ross is the owner and orthodontist at Longmont Braces (and Firestone Braces). She is a Longmont native and is proud to have returned to her hometown to start her practice in 2010. Dr. Ross is a product of the St. Vrain Valley schools herself, and attended Sunset Middle School (where her dad was her principal…yes, it’s true!) and Niwot High School (Go Cougars!)

The value of education was instilled in Dr. Ross from a very early age, and she sees Haunt in the ‘Mont as a way of giving back to her community. Dr. Ross’s mom taught second grade at Niwot Elementary and her dad taught middle school science at Westview Middle School (after his administrative years!) Her brother is currently an English teacher at Niwot High and teaches many of her patients! So, yes, education runs in her family and she is happy to support the outstanding schools in the St. Vrain Valley School District.

Dr. Tim Nichols is the owner and pediatric dentist at Longmont Pediatric Dentistry. He grew up in Arvada and has lived in Longmont since 2008. He and his family love living in Longmont and sending their children to Central Elementary in Longmont.

After attending some great fundraisers for schools in other areas of Colorado, Dr. Nichols and his wife, Katy (who previously taught in Jefferson County), decided that Longmont needed a fun event supporting our local schools and community. Working with Dr. Ross, a dental school classmate of Dr. Nichols, they think Haunt in the ‘Mont is the perfect opportunity for people to support our local schools and enjoy a fun night in Downtown Longmont.