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Halloween Happenings 2020

Halloween Happenings 2020

Trick or treating might look a little different this year but you can still have some Halloween and harvest fun. Take a look at some of the events below. 

Green Family and Friends Pumpkin giveaway

Oct. 24: On Saturday, October 24, from 2-7 p.m., come on out to the 2020 pumpkin giveaway hosted by the Green family and friends, City Impact and the Cedar Springs Chamber of Commerce at Cedar Trails Elementary. We will have pumpkins, food, and limited entertainment. We will make this as fun as we can, but due to restrictions, we will not be allowed to have games. It will be a drive through event. If you do not have a car, you’re still welcome to come. We will accommodate walkers. We don’t want to leave anybody out. But we will be enforcing social distancing. Enter from Holton street (off Northland Drive) next to Green Acres retirement village.

East Nelson Church Annual Trunk or Treat

Oct. 24: On October 24, from 4-6 p.m., East Nelson United Methodist Church, 9024 18 Mile Rd, will hold its annual trunk or treat. We will keep everything safe and follow all safety and health protocols. This year, everything will be kept outdoors. We will have sanitizing stations, social distance markers, and those passing out candy will be wearing masks and gloves. We ask that one family visit a trunk one at a time. As you leave, you will be served cider and donuts. 

The Springs Church Trunk or Treat

Oct. 31: The Springs Church will be having their annual trunk or treat on Saturday, Oct 31, from 4-7 p.m. at the corner of Oak & Grant Streets. Come join the fun and see the fun trunks for candy!

Businesses -Trick or treating

Oct. 31: Many businesses in Cedar Springs will host trick or treating at their business on Saturday, Oct. 31. There will be sheriff deputies helping kids cross the street between 5-7 p.m. Perry’s Place LLC will hold trick or treating from noon to 6 p.m. Other places open include the Red Flannel Festival, the Cedar Springs Public Library, The Springs Church, and more.

Waldo our office cat/greeter
will miss seeing you all this
Halloween.

NOTICE: The Post will not be participating in Trick or treating this year due to the holiday landing on the weekend and to protect our employees during this ongoing pandemic. We will miss seeing all of the costumes and smiling faces. Stay safe and have a wonderful Halloween!

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