Farmington Fright Nights is a partnership between The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area, Titcomb Mountain and Loki's Workshop.


  • United Way of the Tri-Valley Area is a vibrant, caring organization that works hard every day to improve people’s lives. It can’t wave a magic wand to simply make everything better in an instant. But, by working in partnership with donors, organizations, school districts, municipalities, volunteers, and people just like you, it is changing lives, every day.  United Way of the Tri-Valley Area was established in 1981 to serve all the communities in Franklin County, as well as Livermore and Livermore Falls

  • Titcomb Mountain is a ski hill located in FarmingtonMaine. It was established in 1939 and is run by the Farmington Ski Club. The mountain features a 350' vertical drop, 3 lifts (two T-Bars[1] and a Pony lift), 16 trails, snowmaking and night skiing. Titcomb is a popular local family mountain with an active children's ski school, racing and other activities.  Titcomb Mountain maintains 16 km of cross-country ski trails groomed for skate and classic skiing.


  • Loki's Workshop has been producing professional, award winning haunted attractions for over 30 years.  Its most recent production, a mobile haunted house, was presented in conjunction with Columbia University in Manhattan NYC, along with the children's haunt in Princeton New Jersey. Returning home to Maine full time allowed Loki's to present a theatrical production that foresees growing into a full on Halloween festival, making Farmington, Maine THE Halloween destination.  

Farmington Fright Night's is comprised of three separate Unique Attractions, each with its own particular genre of fear.  Vendor spaces are available and we will be hosting a volunteering event in the near future.  


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We are excited to partner with local agencies and businesses to make Farmington the 'go to' spot for Halloween festivities in Maine.  

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