***THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED***
Halloween is rapidly approaching, and at this point in 2020, I'm sure most could agree with me that kids need a sense of normalcy right now. I think celebrating Halloween is just the thing they need. You know, just because we are in the middle of a pandemic, it doesn't mean Halloween needs to be canceled, as long as we can find a way to keep everyone safe...
Halloween, or as I like to call it, "Spooky Season", is upon us! With Halloween comes all things candy, witches, skeletons, pumpkins, monsters, ghosts, ghouls, and of course, you can't forget haunted houses or trails.
This year Halloween is going to be different, no doubt...
Many people know that a child carrying a teal pumpkin on Halloween often means that they have a food allergy. And, in turn, some houses will leave teal-colored pumpkins on their porch to let those with food allergies know that they have non-edible treats to hand out...
With Halloween just around the corner, there is no better time to start planning out the perfect jack-o-lantern for all to see.
Here are a few important pumpkin carving tips to make an awesome jack-o-lantern that will stick around all the way until halloween...
The craze of Trunk or Treats is really catching on, as more and more are popping up throughout Central Maine and beyond. To make things easy for you...here is a list of local Trunk or Treats:
6:30pm - 8pm: Windsor PAWS PTO @ Windsor School
4:30pm - 6pm: HDHS Key Club at Hall Dale Elementary
3pm - 5pm: Calvary Bible Baptist Church in Whitefield
5pm - 7pm: