In the spirit of new, different, and COVID safe, we are creating a Halloween Pumpkin and StoryWalk.
This event is full of fun. Read on to be fully informed!
- The featured story is There Was An Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid Of Anything by Linda Williams.
- Enter your jack-o-lantern into our Pumpkin Carving Contest! Fill out the entry form and leave your pumpkin at the library on Friday, October 30th with the form inside. Bring your phone to vote on your favorite pumpkin.
- Wear a costume! The Mordasky family is providing hay bales for a fun photo scene at the end of the walk.
- Candy will be given out along the storywalk between 1 pm and 4 pm. If you’d like to sponsor a candy stop, bring candy (a large amount of one or two varieties only) to the library before Saturday morning at 10 am. Donors will be listed at their candy stop.
- Not interested in the candy? Visit the Pumpkin and Storywalk before 12:30 pm on Saturday for a sugar free Halloween experience.
- Masks and social distancing are required to participate in this community event.
- The walk begins at the library, crosses at the crosswalk, circles the town green, and crosses back to the lawn next to the library parking area. Use extreme caution with small children.
We will be safely passing out candy during regular trick-or-treating hours.