Zombie Walk 2011

zombie walk 2010

A few of the undead from last year.

The annual Zombie Walk in Albany is this coming Saturday. (You still have time to refine your undead look.) The walk starts staging at 4 pm and will stagger forward at 6 pm.

This year's walk is taking a different route from previous years. It will start at the Linda, head down Central to Robin, and loop back to the Linda.

Some people go all out for this -- and while the looks can be kind of scary, the event is more goofy than anything else. It's fun to watch the undead parade -- and to see the reactions from people who just happen upon all the staggering.

The Zombie Walk is part of the annual Zombie Film Feast at the Linda, which opens Friday night (all movies pass is $30, individual movies $6). After the Zombie Walk on Saturday, there's a "brain" eating competition (brains are limited, so sign up early). And then the Zombie Prom that night ($10).

Earlier on AOA:
+ Zombie Walk 2010 photos
+ Photos from Zombie Walk 2009


Zombies...YAY! My costume is almost ready!

The Howe Branch of the Albany Public Library will have a “Zombifaction!” program on Saturday October 29th, 1:30-3:30 PM. A featured zombie from the Zombie Walk will be there to transform kids and teens into the undead, open wounds and all. Spots are still available. Call 472-9485 for more info and to make an appointment for that afternoon.

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