Zombie Walk Brings Living Dead to Pojoaque

Zombies take to the streets at last year’s Pojoaque Zombie Walk. Courtesy photo

Staff Report:

The living dead will invade Pojoaque for the Third Annual Pojoaque Zombie Walk and the first ever Pojoaque Zombie Prom. It’s free to participate and or to come and watch. The scary doings will take place Saturday Oct. 26.

The walk is a family friendly event with candy for the kids and multiple costume awards for legal aged adults and minors alike. 

The Prom is being hosted by QB’s Bar and Grill after 9 p.m. and will be limited to adults of legal drinking age.

The gathering for the walk will start at 5 p.m. in the Pojoaque Supermarket parking lot. Sign in for costume prizes at that time. At 6 p.m., “the horde” will start its shamble toward Kokoman’s Fine Wine and Liquor. Prizes will be handed out at Kokoman’s once all the zombies walk, crawl, or drag themselves in. 

After the walk, the horde is welcome to head to QB’s to have a bite of human food. 

The Prom doesn’t officially start until 9 p.m., after the kitchen closes. There will be a prom king and queen crowned at the prom and of course, more prizes and fun. The organizers want everyone to be responsible that evening, so they are encouraging every one attending the prom to make advance plans for a safe ride home.


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