Maine community finds new way to celebrate Halloween

Maine community finds new way to celebrate Halloween

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NEW AT 5 TONIGHT– THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK HAS CANCELLED áTRICK OR TREATINGá IN THE TRADITIONAL SENSE THIS HALLOWEEN. BUT MANY MAINE COMMUNITIES ARE FINDING NEW WAYS TO LET THE LITTLE GHOSTS AND GOBLINS GRAB CANDY NEW AT FIVE- KENNEBUNKPORT PARKS AND REC IS OFFERING A áTRAIL OF TREATS.á STARTING NOW, PARENTS CAN SIGN THEIR KIDS UP FOR A áDRIVE-THRUá STYLE HALLOWEEN. ON HALLOWEEN – TRICK OR TREATERS CAN DRIVE UP TO PARTICIPATING BUSINESSES FOR CANDY AND OTHER TREATS. IT’S A VARIETY OF THEMES AND VARIETY OF BUSINESSES THROUGHOUT THE AREA, ALL ON GRAVELLY BROOK ROAD FOR EVERYONE’S ENJOYMENT AND EVERYONE WILL STAY IN THEIR CARS AND DRIVE THROUGH TO GET SOME TREATS ON HALLOWEEN FOR THEIR KIDS THE BEST PART OF THE EVENT IS THAT IT’S BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER IN A PANDEMIC IN A SAFEWAY. THE TRAIL OF TREATS IS FREE, BUT YOU MUST R

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Maine community finds new way to celebrate Halloween

While the COVID-19 outbreak has forced many trick-or-treating events to be canceled, one Maine community has come up with a new way to celebrate Halloween.Kennebunkport’s Parks and Recreation Department is going to hold a Trail of Treats.Parents can sign their kids up for a drive-thru style trick-or-treating event.On Halloween, parents can drive their children to a participating business for candy and other treats.

While the COVID-19 outbreak has forced many trick-or-treating events to be canceled, one Maine community has come up with a new way to celebrate Halloween.

Kennebunkport’s Parks and Recreation Department is going to hold a Trail of Treats.

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Parents can sign their kids up for a drive-thru style trick-or-treating event.

On Halloween, parents can drive their children to a participating business for candy and other treats.