CREEDE- There is something spooky brewing at Creede Parks and Recreation and it is time to mark the calendar for this wonderful event. The year has been a whirlwind of ups and downs for Colorado communities across the board and though Creede has been one of the least impacted parts of the state.
The town and Mineral County have had to navigate through these unprecedented times just like any other; although they still hold true to their tune and do it in style. The Creede Parks and Recreation department will be hosting their annual Trunk or Treat event in Creede Oct. 31 from 4-5 p.m. along Main Street. Those who wish to participate can decorate their vehicles and line up along the main drag to welcome the little ghouls, goblins and princesses. The event will adhere to the current COVID-19 restrictions and masks will be required by all those who attend.
The county did recently submit an application to move into the Protect Your Neighbor phase of the state’s response to COVID-19 but whether or not the restrictions will change is unknown at this time. In order to be better safe than sorry, Creede Parks and Recreation are asking all who participate to follow social distancing and to use best practices while out enjoying the Halloween festivities.
Prior to the Trunk or Treat event, the department will also be hosting their annual Halloween Party at the Virginia Christensen Center. The event will include games, treats and more. The party will take place from 1 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. giving the children and participating adults time to prepare for Trunk or Treat. For more information, please contact Creede Parks and Recreation on their Facebook page.