Rotten Apple 907, our home haunted attraction, started off as child's birthday party and has grown to become an experience that people look forward to attending each year. Now it is designed and built by all the members of the Meyer family, as well as a terrific group of people who volunteer their time and building and acting skills.
Over the years, the group has dedicated a lot time and effort to learning how to make our haunt even better! As a result, each year's house is more detailed and exciting, and the number of people attending our Haunted House increases. In 2010, we welcomed over 2500 people through the doors of our Haunted House, and we look forward to welcoming many more.
Rotten Apple 907 is proud to be a non-profit event! Each year we accept donations which are then given directly to a charity in need. There is no overhead taken out of the contributions, which means that 100% of the money received is sent to the charity. In 2010, we donated over $3000 to Family Services Agency of Burbank. For more information about this year's charity or about previous year's charities, please check out the "Charity Info" tab above.
We thank you for visiting our site and we hope that you will join us for a scare.
-The Rotten Apple Gang
DATES: October 2013
-Friday October 25 7pm-10pm
-Saturday October 26 7pm-10pm
-Sunday October 27 7pm-10pm
-Thursday October 31 7pm-10pm
ADDRESS: 907 N. California St., Burbank, CA 91505
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From the 134 Eastbound:
Exit Pass Avenue and make a left at the end of the exit. Go down until you reach Verdugo Ave (end of Warner Bros lot) and make a right. Continue down Verdugo Ave. until you reach California St. (2nd stop light) and make a left. Continue up California St. past the stop sign and then you will see us on the left hand side.
From the 134 Westbound:
Exit Buena Vista. Follow curve of exit and continue up Buena Vista. When you reach Verdugo Ave (library on right hand side) make a left. Continue down Verdugo Ave until you reach California St. (city park on right hand side) and make a right. Continue up California St., go past the stop sign and you will see us on the left hand side.
From the 5 Freeway Southbound:
Exit Hollywood Way. Follow the curve of the exit and merge onto Hollywood Way. Continue down Hollywood Way (it's a long way) until you reach Magnolia (Porto's Bakery on left hand far corner) and make a left. The 2nd stop light is California St. (Church on right hand side, Do it Center on left hand far corner) make a right and you will see us on the right hand side.
From the 5 Freeway Northbound:
If before the 134, take the 134 and follow the directions from the 134 Westbound. If after the 134, follow the 5 Freeway South directions but make a left off the exit onto Hollywood way.
Rotten Apple 907 is proud to be a non-profit event! Each year we choose a charity and accept donations , 100% of which goes to the charity. We do not keep any part of your donations to pay for the expenses of building and running our haunted attraction. We spend a lot of time and money producing this free event each year and all we ask is that you consider making a donation to the charity.
2013 - Burbank Arts for All, Burbank Arts Education Foundation
We are very excited to be raising money for Burbank Arts for All program again this year. We chose them as our charity back in 2007 and were thrilled to be able to donate over $1,600 to their cause. We are hoping the beat that this year as this is a cause very close to our hearts. Here is some more information:
Founded in 2006, the Burbank Arts For All Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and community wide alliance of Burbank’s business leaders, municipal partners, educators, parents and art supporters.
Our mission is to ensure every student in Burbank public schools receives a quality arts education as part of their core curriculum.
The results of our work are seen in the classrooms, art presentations and performances at BUSD’s schools. Since our founding in 2006, the Foundation has awarded grant funds supporting a wide variety of dance, theatre, music, fine art and media art productions or projects, artist in residency programs, arts integration programs, professional development for teachers, sound system upgrades and strategic planning for Burbank Unified School District’s Arts for All plan.
Stacy Cashman, a Principal at Jordan Middle School writes:
“Burbank Arts for All Foundation has made it possible for Jordan to fund and create a Broadcast Studio. This student-generated broadcast will promote the arts, STOP IT (our anti-bullying campaign), and facilitate a positive school culture at Jordan. They also provided us funds to create a dance curriculum for our PE classes. Burbank Arts for All Foundation not only supports the arts, but this group also helps us keep education relevant in the 21st century.”
Why We Do What We Do:
- Because of California state budget cuts, BUSD is entering its fifth year of approximately $5 million dollars in budget cuts each year.
- Eight of the sixteen schools in BUSD are considered Title 1 schools where 40% of the students come from a low-income family.
- Only five of the eleven elementary schools offer WEEKLY K-5 music instruction and only two of those five offer instrumental instruction.
- Luther Middle School is the only middle school offering a theatre program.
- Only Burbank High School offers courses in animation and art history.
- The arts help these kids transcend their everyday pressures. Statistics have shown: kids in the arts stay in school and improve their grades.
- The arts are transformative, creating the future generation of Burbank’s creative industry, instilling innovation to compete in the 21st century employment market, and empowering confidence and artistic expression.
Your donation to the Burbank Arts for All Foundation, ensures these vital media, visual and performing arts programs can continue to flourish and grow in our schools – - making a difference in the lives of every Burbank student and our community.
2012 - Family Promise of San Fernando Valley
2010 & 2011- Family Service Agency of Burbank
2009 - Burbank Boys & Girls Club
2008 Xmas- Spark of Love and Burbank Temporary Aid Center
2008 - Autism Speaks We chose Autism Speaks because a dear friend's daughter was diagnosised with Autism. We were very pleased to donated over $2400.
2007 - Burbank Arts Education Foundation We chose the Burbank Arts Education Foundation because having artist programs in our schools is very important to all of us at Rotten Apple 907. Without those programs, we would not be who we are. We were very please to be able to donate over $1,600.
2006 - Cystic Fibrosis Foundation We chose the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation because it is a fast growing genetic disease that is still not properly understood. Our donation was made in memory of Zachary Baim and we were please to able to donate over $800.
2005 - Habitat for Humanity We chose Habitat for Humanity for its efforts in building houses for those who lost their homes in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. We were please to be able to donate over $1,200.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (818)841-3140
Coni & Kyle Milman
Justin & Anna Ekback
Thank you all for your hard work, time, energy, and dedication. We could not have done this without you guys.
The Members of CalHaunts:
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and excitement.
Thank you for your patience, understanding, and support.
Thank you for all those who so generously donated to the charity and gave us the support and encouragement to do this again, year after year.
Ron Rogge of "Old Town Haunt"
Dirk Montaport (goes to eleven media)
Jon Williams (EFX-TEK)
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