The Harrison Recreation Commission has been reimagining Spooktacular festivities, which will be Sunday, Oct. 25, 5 to 7 p.m. at the Harrison Community Center (300 George Street).
Due to COVID-19 concerns, there will not be the traditional bounce house, carnival games or a hayride. Social distancing will be practiced between families.
There are still plenty of treats in store. Local organizations and business leaders are creating Halloween scenes along the walking trail behind the Community Center. Participants will start at the pavilion and move toward the Nazarene church, which will have a trunk or treat and a harvest scene. Participants will circle back toward the Community Center, navigate a maze and end at a pumpkin patch, where they can select a free pumpkin to take home (while supplies last).
Children will also receive free goodie bags. There is no cost for any of the activities, including live music and a costume parade beginning at 5 p.m. Participants are also welcome to bring their pets on a leash. Dogs in costume will receive a treat.
Pictured are costume parade participants at Spooktacular 2019.