Trick or treating on Halloween? Why, yes. We can make that work.
Old Mission Peninsula United Methodist Church is planning their annual “Trunk or Treat” event this year – “trunk,” as in they will be handing out treats from the trunks of their cars in the church parking lot.
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The event will take place on Halloween – Saturday, October 31, 2 – 4 p.m. – in the church parking lot, 16426 Center Road (at the top of the hill on the right before you head down the hill north to Old Mission Tavern).
Covid-19 protocols will be in place. Follow the signs. Everyone handing out candy will be wearing a mask and a new pair of rubber gloves (if you don’t have a pair of NEW rubber gloves, the church will have new plastic kitchen-type gloves available). Kids will not be allowed to pick up their treats; instead, the treats will be placed into their bags.
If you would like to help hand out treats, show up in the church parking lot 15 minutes early at 1:45 p.m. Note that all treats you bring must be pre-packaged, or in other words, the same way as you buy them from the store (small bags of goldfish crackers, wrapped candy bars, etc.)
In the event of severe weather, this outdoor event will be canceled.
All are welcome!