Hallowe’en in Downtown Ridgefield

Fall is here! And folks are busy working on what holiday events will look like for downtown Ridgefield. The first one is Halloween.

Due to COVID guidelines and recommendations from the CDC, Halloween will look a little different this year. The guidelines do not allow Halloween Hall at Abrams. And, since trick-or-treating is a high risk activity, the City is not promoting that activity in the downtown area.

But, have no fear, there will be a fright night downtown! Ridgefield Art Association will create a “Halloween Town” with decorations on City Hall, on benches, in the parks including the Overlook Park stage and vacant lots, etc. The decorations will be up from Wednesday/Thursday (10/28 or 29) and taken down on Sunday, 11/1.

That’s not all! The City is creating a drive-by scavenger hunt that will ask participants to answer questions about the Halloween decorations in order to receive a Halloween goody bag.

Want to join in the fun? You can decorate your downtown business, help someone else decorate a storefront downtown, or volunteer to help RAA with the decorating.

It can and will be a Happy Halloween – even if the activities are a little different.

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