It’s that time of year again when goblins and ghouls take over towns and homes. Whether you’re looking for a wholesome night trick-or-treating with the family or searching for a bit of fright, the City of College Station has events for all ages. Continue reading Our festive Halloween events promise a ghoulishly good time for all
With the arrival of October, only one topic could compete with football in the minds of many residents — what will Halloween look like this year? The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to create new ways to socialize and enjoy traditions, So the Parks & Recreation Department has devised a plan. A socially distant, candy-filled plan. Continue reading What will Halloween look like? Welcome to Eggtober!
By Gerry Logan, Special Events Supervisor
For decades, kids observed Halloween by donning scary costumes and pillaging the neighbors’ stores of candy. When I was a kid, we didn’t need rules such as “if the porch light is on, they have candy.” The neighbors all expected us.
Fast-forward to today’s society and times have indeed changed. While trick-or-treating remains prevalent, adults are more mindful of potential hazards. At night, neighborhoods have dark streets, and dark streets have cars. Neighborhoods also have residents who would rather not be bothered by children looking for their yearly candy splurge.
Enter Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek, an event designed with the entire family in mind. From 6-11 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 31, the Wolf Pen Creek Festival Site will transform into a trick-or-treating paradise.