By 1812Blockhouse

Halloween is a holiday steeped in fun, mystery, and imagination. This year, the Village of Plymouth is ensuring that the spirit of Halloween is celebrated in full swing, with an array of activities that promises fun for everyone.

Trick or Treat Galore

Scheduled on Saturday, October 28 from 4 PM to 6 PM, children and adults alike can indulge in the age-old tradition of trick or treating. Residents throughout Plymouth will open their doors, delighting visitors with a mixture of tricks and treats. A word to the wise, however: always be on the lookout for those crafty tricks!

Uptown Treasures Await

As the sun begins its descent, from 5 PM to 7 PM, the heart of Plymouth, Broadway, will come alive with a unique twist. Visitors are encouraged to stop by their favorite uptown businesses, which will be offering extra treats – a sweet incentive for those who adore Plymouth’s vibrant business community. Be it your favorite store, café, or boutique, there’s something for everyone!

The Luminous Glow Parade

Once darkness envelopes Plymouth, a spectacle unlike any other will grace its streets. At 7 PM sharp, the Glow Parade will commence. Participants will line up at the square in front of the museum, and the parade route extends from Trux Street all the way to the American Legion. The sight of hundreds, if not thousands, of glowing costumes and accessories winding through Plymouth’s historic streets promises to be an unforgettable sight.

Costumes Take the Spotlight

But that’s not where the festivities end. The American Legion will host a costume contest at 7:15 PM, where participants from infant age through 8th grade can show off their Halloween finery. With multiple judging categories, this contest ensures that every child’s creativity gets its moment in the spotlight. Will it be the scariest, the funniest, or the most original costume that steals the show this year?

As October 28 draws near, Plymouth residents and visitors are eagerly marking their calendars. After all, this is not just another Halloween celebration; it’s Plymouth’s grand showcase of community spirit, creativity, and sheer Halloween fun.

Image by Biljana Jovanovic from Pixabay

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