2020 Halloween events in the WSFA viewing area

2020 Halloween events in the WSFA viewing area
We’re gathering a list of 2020 Halloween events from cities around our viewing area. (Source: CDC)

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Looking for Halloween events and trick-or-treating details for your area? We’re gathering a list from cities around our viewing area!

Montgomery County: The Halloween Spooktacular happens at Garrett Coliseum on Oct. 31.

City of Montgomery: The Montgomery Police Department is hosting a DRIVE-THRU Trunk or Treat at the DPS South Central Parking Lot and the Festival of Frights at MPD headquarters on Oct. 31. Montgomery city officials are asking residents to follow the Alabama Department of Public Health’s guidelines when it comes to trick-or-treating.

Montgomery won’t have a curfew or “official” trick-or-treating hours, but parents are encouraged to end activities by 9 p.m. MPD is also planning to increase patrols throughout trick-or-treating hours this year.

Auburn: There are several events to choose from including Fright Nights at the Arboretum, 2020 Drive-thru Trick-or-Treat, and the Downtown Spooky Scavenger Hunt. Trick or treating has been moved to Oct. 30 from 6-8 p.m. so police can focus on the safety of trick or treaters because of Saturday’s home football game.

Crenshaw County:

  • The Town of Brantley will have numerous civic and church groups offering “Trunk or Treat” events as well.
  • The Town of Rutledge will host its “Trunk or Treat” from 6-8 PM at the Town Complex.
  • In Luverne, Crenshaw Community Hospital will kick off the evenings' multiple events by hosting their “Trunk or Treat” at the Hospital campus, 101 Hospital Dr., from 4-6 PM.
  • The Crenshaw County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor the “Treats on Us” at Turner Park in Luverne, from 5-7 PM. The event for little ghosts and goblins is totally vehicular in nature this year.
  • Also in Luverne, 13 on Fifth Antiques and Collectibles will host Original Treats on Us, from 5-8 PM. Wear your costume, have some fun, stop by for some treats.

Greenville: The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is hosting a candy walk from inside your vehicle. The city has not yet announced trick-or-treating times.

Millbrook: Trick-or-treating is allowed as long as safe practices are followed, but parents are asked to finish by 8 p.m. The annual Boo Fest has been canceled.

Opelika: Opelika Main Street will celebrate Halloween on October 29 with the first ever Downtown Opelika Drive Thru Trick or Treat event. It runs from 6-9 PM with the entrance at Avenue E and South 7th Street.

Prattville: The Parade of Pumpkins event runs from Oct. 23 through Nov. 1. The 2020 Annual Candy Walk has been canceled. According to the city, door-to-door trick-or-treating is permitted.

Wetumpka: Trick-or-treating is allowed from 5-8 p.m. The annual Candy Walk has been canceled.

ADPH Safety Guidelines: Alabama health officials issue guidance on Halloween activities

Those who participate in Halloween events should take precautions to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic including the use of face masks and social distancing.

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