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With state and county guidelines in place to stop the spread of COVID-19, some traditions were prohibited this year, but kids still had fun.
SAN DIEGO — Happy Halloween San Diego! Though we’ve been wearing masks for the majority of 2020, this is one of the only days where we can make it fun!
Since San Diego County has put some major guidelines out to stop the spread of the
Lil Nas X is causing a stir with his Halloween costume—a practically flawless homage to 2011 Nicki Minaj.
The “Old Town Road” artist cut no corners in replicating the look Minaj sported in her music video for “Super Bass.” From hair to hips to ice motorcycle, Lil Nas’s Halloween getup has got to be one of the best and most iconic we’ve seen from a celebrity so far this spooky
Halloween is not canceled it’s just a little different this year. There are still plenty of ways to celebrate safely.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, California — As San Diego County heads into a Halloweekend, public health officials are urging members of the public to practice COVID-19 protocols — including avoiding large gatherings such as Halloween parties and door-to-door trick-or-treating.
“These activities involve face-to-face interactions with people from different households,” said Dr.
According to a survey this week from the National Retailers’
LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ — This year Halloween will be different due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Town officials last week announced that Halloween activities can proceed, but with caution.
Town officials have urged community members to adopt safer ways to celebrate Halloween this year. They released guidelines and public health recommendations shared by the New Jersey Department of Health.
Masks are mandatory for trick or treaters. And no, costume masks don’t
UNION COUNTY — Even though the traditional Halloween events have been canceled, residents of Union County are finding alternative ways to celebrate the spooky season while staying safe from COVID-19.
The Oregon Health Authority said trick-or-treating and trunk-or-treat events pose a high risk of spreading coronavirus. Trunk-or-treat is a popular take on traditional trick-or-treating where instead of decorating your house and passing out candy, the community comes together with decorated
No need to be frightened this Halloween — there’s still plenty of safe fun happening around Tri-Cities.
Take your little goblins for some drive-thru trick-or-treating, virtual pumpkin carving, a drive-in movie or many other ghostly options.
▪ Gesa Carousel of Dreams is having a drive-thru trick-or-treat event 2 to 5 p.m on Oct. 31.
Participants will remain in their vehicles while volunteers wearing masks and gloves distribute candy
If 2020 feels more trick than treat, then Halloween falls right in line.
Many holiday celebrations and fall events have been canceled or modified throughout the York County area due to COVID-19.
Clover won’t sponsor Halloween events this year, like its annual pumpkin carving contest, and police and firefighters won’t give out candy to children.
The annual Tega Cay Fall Festival is canceled, while the Indian Land
JANESVILLE, Wis. (WTVO) — This Halloween will be much different than in year’s past but that’s not stopping many parents across the Stateline from trying to make it memorable. We learned how kids in Janesville were able to get some treats from the comfort of their car.
Traxler Park kicked off Halloween festivities
There are some socially-distant events planned in Dallas-Fort Worth, many of which are drive-thru style.
This story will be continually updated as events are announced.
It’s that season when ghouls and goblins come creeping out of corners, but this year is bound to look different during a global pandemic.
The Centers for Disease Control is discouraging traditional trick-or-treating. Attending crowded costume parties or haunted houses, going on hayrides and traveling
PRINCETON, NJ —With Halloween just around the corner, Princeton Mayor Liz Lampert has shared some guidelines with residents on how to remain safe while celebrating.
This year Halloween will be different due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But residents can still have fun if they follow the guidelines and public health recommendations.
Masks are mandatory for trick or treaters. And no, costume masks don’t count. Trick or treaters should avoid
Just in case 2020 wasn’t already frightening enough, Halloween is fast approaching. To add to the spookiness, Oct. 31 is also a night with a full moon, which hasn’t happened in decades.
Several traditional Lowcountry-area events have been called off because of COVID-19. Organizers of the Savannah Moose Lodge Haunted Forest, which has been a staple for haunted house fans for 22 years, decided to sit this year out.
Just like the rest of 2020, this Halloween season is shaping up to be one like no other.
With the COVID-19 pandemic stretching on into October, local municipalities have been weighing whether to host trick-or-treating. At the same time, officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have said trick-or-treating as it’s traditionally done is a higher risk activity for spreading COVID-19.
So maybe you’re holding off on trick-or-treating
Autumn has truly arrived, with election season and all manner of ghoulish creatures emerging from wherever they usually reside. I mean for Halloween, not the elections! Yes, it’s fall, with its leaves on the ground, crisp air and, notwithstanding all the craziness in our world, a season that for some reason feels just slightly more normal than this past spring. Thank goodness for all those ghosts and goblins!
The Port Huron Parks & Recreation Department has decided that a drive-thru would be the safest way for trick-or-treaters and their families to enjoy its 31st annual Halloween Stroll. Amid COVID-19, participants can experience Halloween scenes while collecting candy.
The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 31 at Desmond Landing on Third Street in Port Huron. The cost is $8 per carload for residents and
Halloween planning is underway in the Yakima Valley, with decorations going up on private homes and in public places. It won’t look the same this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a quiet Barge-Chestnut neighborhood the most obvious difference.
Trick or treating is considered a high-risk activity by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, so residents in that Yakima neighborhood are discouraged from handing out treats this year.
With trick-or-treating being a hit or miss for some parents, there are plenty of events and more that are sure to satisfy one’s sweet tooth.
Aiken Fall Fest
Gates open at 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday Oct. 2-11, located at the Western Carolina State Fairgrounds, 561 May Royal Drive.
In lieu of the canceled Western Carolina State Fair, Reithoffer Shows Inc. is putting