Halloween Town Parade 2020
Ocean City and the Ocean City Exchange Club have canceled what would have been the 73rd annual Halloween Parade, scheduled for Oct. 29, amid concerns about a ban on large gatherings because of the . Most Americans say they can’t imagine Halloween without trick-or-treating. One doctor says “I just don’t see how it’s feasible to do this safely.” . In Anoka, noted as the “Halloween Capital of the World,” this year’s 100th-year festival will be smaller and include a drive-by parade .
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The first trailer for Sandler’s new movie “Hubie Halloween” debuted Thursday, giving fans a look at the spooky comedy filmed on the North Shore last fall. . Local officials have issued a list of guidelines for Halloween, including the requirements that any person outside must wear a mask, limit personal interactions and practice social distancing. .
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The Fairborn Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to cancel the 2020 Halloween Festival, normally one of the largest events in the Dayton area around the holiday. Though the Village Halloween Parade was just a small neighborhood gathering in 1973, it has taken place and grown every year since then except after Hurricane Sandy in 2012. This year, however, the .
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a tradition in Hiawatha since its first year in 1914 when founder Elizabeth Krebs threw together a small parade and Halloween party for the town’s children to keep them busy and from vandalizing . Halloween Town Parade 2020 Plus: COVID concerns prompt L.A. to (nearly) cancel Halloween. A restaurant is fined $5,000 for flouting pandemic rules. And local radio fills a void .