The town’s annual Halloween Party takes place Friday, Oct. 30, from 3-5 p.m. as kids under 10 visit participating businesses for Halloween treats after school.
The Halloween Party will also serve as the town’s trick or treat hours this year, as the town board decided against setting aside the usual 5-7 p.m. hours because of COVID-19.
The after school 3-5 hours, sponsored by the Chamber, are better controlled and most kids are generally accompanied by their parents during the two-hour event.
Both kids and adults get in the act with many store owner and employees costuming for the day. They hand out treats–this year with gloved hands due to the pandemic– after school as the little goblins visit the stores.
A $50 savings bond is awarded to a costumed worker who registers with Katy Craft at Trustmark Bank. To enter, call Craft and tell her how you are costumed. give her your name, phone number and place of employment. The winner’s name is drawn between 3-5 p.m. as the Halloween Party is underway.