Updated List Of Local Halloween Events

(UNDATED) – It’s time to plan what you will be doing for Halloween. Here is a list of spooktacular events of fun for the whole family.

15th Annual Super Treat – COVID-19 Drive Thru Edition

Southern Indiana Classic Hits 105.5 WQRK, 1340 AM WBIW and Litefm 102.5 WPHZ invites you to the 15th Annual Super Treat Night at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence County at 19th and Brian Lane Way.

This community event is presented by WTIU and it is FREE to attend.

The event will be from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.* on Saturday, Oct. 31.

Things are going to look a little different this year. In order to provide the community with a safe and socially distanced experience we’re ready to take your order – drive thru style. CANDY is what’s on the menu!  

Bring the kids and we’ll provide you with a pre-filled bag of goodies (one per trick or treater – must be present in the vehicle). To comply with safety guidelines, trick or treaters must remain inside their vehicles during the event.

*While supplies last

Canceled – Fairgrounds Safe Trick or Treat

The Fairgrounds Safe Trick or Treat is scheduled for Friday, October 30 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. or when the candy runs out.

This will be a drive through event outdoors where stations will deliver candy straight into bags through the car windows.

There might even be some robots helping pass out candy!

Forbidden Hollows Haunted Farm

Forbidden Hollows Haunted Farm and corn maze is open.

Due to COVID-19, there is no hayride this year.

Cost is $12. Cash, credit cards, and debit cards will be accepted.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Lawrence County, L.I.F.E. Food Pantry and Wildcare Inc.

All visitors must sign a waiver and those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Masks are required. Visitors are asked to remain in their groups and social distance from other groups.

The attraction is open every Saturday in October. Hidden Hollows is at 639 Anderson Road.

Take State Road 37 to the Judah junction, and turn north onto old State Road 37, then left onto Sieboldt Quarry Road. At the bottom of the big hill turn right onto Anderson Road and go about a half a mile. The attraction is on the left.

Bedford Trick or Treating

The City of Bedford is not sanctioning trick or treating this year but will leave the decision to individual families.

Mayor Sam Craig is urging those that participate to use caution and recommend individuals follow the CDC guidelines in keeping the community safe.

Guidelines can be found at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.

Mitchell Trick or Treating

Mitchell is allowing trick or treating on October 31 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.

The downtown businesses will be having Trick or Treat hours from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m.

Canceled – Halloween on Main Street

The Greater Mitchell Chamber of Commerce will not be hosting the Halloween event this year. 

If businesses still want have Trick or Treat on Main Street on their own, that will be their decision.  

The Board of Directors is urging those that participate to use caution and recommend individuals follow the CDC guidelines in keeping the community safe.

Trick or Treat at Grissom Boyhood Home

Mars bars will be handed out at the Virgil I. Grissom Boyhood Home this year.

A special chute to dispense candy will be used to allow for social distancing.

Treats will be handed out from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Halloween.

Brownstown Trick or Treating

Brownstown will have residential trick-or-treating from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31.

Officials ask people to take precautions to stay safe, including maintaining social distance, using a face mask that covers the nose and mouth and keeping hands sanitized throughout the night.

Those who have symptoms of COVID-19 or have recently been exposed to the virus should not go trick-or-treating, and people should not hand out candy if there is a positive case in their household. Also, trick-or-treaters should only go to homes of people they know and trust.

Medora Trick or Treating

Medora trick or treating will be from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Halloween.

People are asked to take precautions to stay safe, including maintaining social distance, using a face mask that covers the nose and mouth, and keeping hands sanitized throughout the night.

UPDATED – Town of Oolitic Trick or Treating

The Oolitic Town Council voted to allow trick or treating on October 31st, but are stressing resident not participate but those participating are asked to use caution.

Guidelines can be found at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.

Orleans Trick of Treating

Trick or treating in the Town of Orleans will be allowed on Saturday, October 31st and left up to residents this year as to whether to participate or not.

Town Clerk Robert F. Henderson said the town officials similar to the neighboring communities has opted not to endorse trick-or-treating due to the ongoing issues with COVID-19, but has no problem allowing those who look forward to the holiday to participate, provided they do so safely.

The choice to hand out candy will be up to each individual citizen. 

Residents who wish to welcome youngsters are asked to leave their porch lights on to indicate they are handing out candy.

Seymour Trick or Treating

Seymour is offering trick-or-treating from 6 to 8 p.m. on Halloween.

People are asked to take precautions to stay safe, including maintaining social distance, using a face mask that covers the nose and mouth, and keeping hands sanitized throughout the night.

Canceled – Springville Cub Scout Pack 343 7th Annual Trunk or Treat

Springville Cub Scout Pack 343 has canceled their 7th Annual Springville Trunk or Treat scheduled in the park from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Saturday Oct. 31.

For more information call 812-675-6911.

Washington Trick or Treating

Trick or Treating in the City of Washington has been set for Saturday evening, October 31st from 5 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Rhoads encourages residents who are comfortable accepting trick-or-treaters have their porch lights on indicating that they are welcome to stop. He asked that residents consider visiting just relatives and close friends.

The city’s goal is for the children to have an enjoyable evening while being safe and healthy.

City officials ask that everyone practice social distancing, mask up, and use hand sanitizer often.

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