With the continuing pandemic due to the COVID-19 virus, the upcoming holiday season is likely to look different this year. Halloween is about three weeks away, and the CDC has already said that in-person trick-or-treating is considered a "high-risk" activity, due to the presence of the virus in the community.
And now, Main Street Ann Arbor has announced the cancellation of the traditional, downtown business trick-or-treating event this year. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with the organization's executive director, Sandra Andrade, about that and other community activities that will still be taking place, mostly online.
Downtown Ann Arbor Trick-or-Treating Cancelled this Year, but...
Unfortunately, for safety concerns, Ann Arbor's Downtown trick-or-treating is cancelled this year. But never fear, there are a lot of other great things going on to celebrate autumn and Halloween with Downtown!!
- Lots of fun activities with the Library, including a costume and pumpkin contest
- Cherry Republic has a scavenger hunt all month
- Grizzly Peak's Socially Distanced Pups on the Patio Costume Contest
- Halloween Le Bon Macarons
- Bløm Hot Mulled Mead Kit
- Kouzina & Thrive Juicery have Halloween deals
To see the full list of fun happenings and ways to support downtown this Fall season, visit our webpage.
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