By Sharon Aron Baron
Although COVID-19 threatened to cancel Halloween this year, Church by the Glades announced they are stepping up to provide a fun and safe way for trick-or-treaters to enjoy a bit of “normal” this Halloween at their 2020 Spooktacular Halloween event.
Children are encouraged to come dressed in their Halloween costumes on Saturday, October 31, and attend either the 5:30 p.m. or 7:30 p.m. services. After the service, they’ll provide single-use candy bags/buckets to all trick-or-treaters who “pay” the cost of admission —- two bags of unopened candy.
Pastor David Hughes said Church by the Glades is obsessed with reinventing old ideas and finding new ways to communicate through diverse mediums.
“So when Halloween looked as if it might be canceled this year, we decided it was up to us to ‘save’ Halloween in Broward County,” he said. “We are looking forward to providing a safe, exciting event for our community to enjoy Halloween this year.”
Trick-or-treaters will be thrilled to get their candy from the custom-made “Candy DROP,” an innovative and COVID-safe method to deliver treats to thousands of local goblins, dinosaurs, witches, princesses, and others. Live dancers, performances, and exciting visual displays will entertain and amaze both the young and young at heart.
Extensive safety measures, including mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing, will be enforced to ensure all attendees’ safety. Additional air and surface sanitation have been and continue to be routine at Church by the Glades located at 400 Lakeview Dr, Coral Springs.
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