For the second year, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office celebrated Halloween with a drive-through “Spooktacular” drive-through candy giveaway at Garrett Coliseum.
Most kids didn’t go trick-or-treating in the neighborhood last Halloween due to the pandemic. This year they’ll be back, roaming neighborhoods with their friends, maybe walking up to houses of people you don’t know very well.
If you’re someone who loves Halloween and loves to decorate you need to hear about the latest trend called “Digital Decorations”.
Halloween came to Riverwalk Stadium early as the Montgomery Biscuits held their annual “Ballpark Trick or Treat”.
The Montgomery City Council has passed a resolution making Saturday, October 30, the official date for trick-or-treating in the city.
The government’s top infectious diseases expert says families can feel safe trick-or-treating outdoors this year for Halloween as COVID-19 cases in the U.S. decline, especially for those who are vaccinated.
With Halloween just a few days away and the pandemic still among us, most parents are wondering “is it safe for my child to trick-or-treat?” Though several annual events like, pumpkin patches, hayrides, and haunted houses have been cancelled, health officials say there are still ways to enjoy your Halloween. “Wearing a face mask, goof hygiene, good sanitation,” says Dr….
HALLOWEEN: Many Halloween events around Montgomery have been cancelled due to the pandemic. Though all hope is not lost, the Montgomery Sheriff’s office and Penton Farms decided to continue on with their events with COVID safety measures in place. The annual Sheriff’s office ‘Spooktacular’ event will be a drive thru event held on the evening of Halloween. Families participating will…
The River Region’s Halloween festivities are well underway. The Montgomery Biscuits held their third annual Ballpark Trick or Treat inside Riverwalk Stadium Sunday. The ballpark was transformed into a friendly neighborhood- with trick or treating on the suite level. About twenty local businesses passed out candy to hundreds of kids. There were also train rides around the ballpark and inflatables…
Yes, it’s still summer, but some people already have Halloween on their mind. Specifically, the day of the week when October 31 falls. A Change.org petition seeks to move the day that children trick-or-treat to the last Saturday of October, regardless of whether that is actually Oct. 31. ABC News reports that the petition was started by The Halloween and…