Lafayette Science Museum hosts ZombieWalk - KLFY News 10

Lafayette Science Museum hosts ZombieWalk

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The Lafayette Science Museum will host the 2nd annual ZombieWalk along the streets of downtown Lafayette on Saturday.

Free for participants, the ZombieWalk invites the ghoulish and the undead to rise from their grave and join in overrunning downtown Lafayette. Spectators are also encouraged to join in on the fun, watching in horror and/or amusement as zombies take over. The walk is pre-empted by "The Lurch" at 4:30, where the rules of the walk will be announced on the lawn of Parc Sans Souci.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. and end at Parc Sans Souci, just in time for the after-party as the postmortem festivities continue in the form of a costume contest and live music from local bands Yakk and Bearfighter.

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