2021 Trick or Treating Hours Have Been Updated by the City of Lawton
The City of Lawton just updated the 2021 trick or treating hours for Lawton, Fort Sill. With Halloween falling on a Sunday this year, the City of Lawton will be observing "All Hallow's Eve" the day before on Saturday, October 30th (10-30-21) from 6:00pm until 9:00pm. That's right we get an extra hour to hit the streets and get more candy! I'm glad they decided to update the hours and give the kids some more time. So get your costumes and bags ready! Plus, who wants to be out trick or treating when it's not even dark out yet?
You can get all the details along with safety tips by clicking here and visiting the official City of Lawton website. Hopefully, we'll have lots of trick-or-treaters this year, I know I'm well stocked and have the candy ready. Well, what doesn't get eaten between now and then anyway. I know the kids are ready for Halloween and are looking forward to it. Especially after last year and being locked up due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Not only will there be trick or treating, a lot of the Halloween happenings in Lawton, Fort Sill will also be returning in 2021. Even better, so far all of the holiday events are scheduled on different days and times. You'll have several opportunities to celebrate Halloween and get some candy. Coming up on Friday, October 29th (10-29-21) the City of Lawton will be hosting the 2021 Lawton Spooktacular at the Owen's Recreation Center located at 1405 SW 11th Street from 5:00pm until 8:00pm.
Another Lawton Halloween happening to look forward to is Park-O-Treat at Elmer Thomas Park on Saturday, October 30th (10-30-21) from 3:00pm until 5:00pm. It's FREE and open to the public. Bring out the entire family for some trick or treating and celebrate Halloween at Elmer Thomas Park. There will be people set up along the paths and walkways throughout the park handing out candy to the kids, and adults who are young at heart. It's a really cool event that the entire family can enjoy.
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