Great Barrington Sets Trick or Treat Hours

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Halloween Trick or Treat will take place Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., for Great Barrington residents only, including the Housatonic village.
The event is contingent upon the town remaining at "low risk" for COVID-19, according to the state's COVID-19 map. There will be no rain date.
The town asks participants to follow several guidelines for a safe Trick or Treat evening.
Trick or Treaters:
  • Wear a COVID-compliant mask, keep safe distances from others, and do not congregate.
  • Please stay on your own street or in your own neighborhood and limit the number of homes you visit.
  • Only visit homes that have a porch/exterior light on.
  • Sanitize your hands frequently.
  • Parental supervision is required for younger children.
  • Turn off your porch light if you do not wish to participate.
  • Limit interactions as much as possible and hand-out candy with tongs or with gloves on, or by setting up a "grab & go" station.
Questions may be directed to the Town Manager's office, (413) 528-1619 ext. 2.

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