PLYMOUTH, MN - For the second year, the City of Plymouth will add a new twist to its annual not-so-spooky Halloween celebrations; 'Halloween at the Lake'.
This year, Plymouth will hold its annual Halloween celebrations on Friday, October 29, from 5-8 p.m. at Parkers Lake Playfield, 15500 County Road 6. Halloween at the Lake brings together the Plymouth Parks and Recreation, Police, and Fire departments, with first responder vehicles on display for children, as well as treats and family-friendly entertainment. The use of costumes is encouraged.
Halloween at the Lake, a unique walk-through outdoor event that brings together the finest of Plymouth's Parks and Recreation, Police, and Fire departments, is a free event that showcases police and fire emergency vehicles for children to inspect as well as treats and family-friendly fun.
Last year's Halloween at the Lake was a smashing success. Since last year, Plymouth's Halloween celebrations have been relocated to Parkers Lake Playground, renaming Halloween at the Creek "Halloween at the Lake." The event will include an orange carpet to display costumes, photo opportunities, and a pumpkin farm where kids may pick their own pumpkin to take home with them.
Take a peek at the event's excitement from the previous year.
Participants may parade down the orange carpet in their costumes and stop for photos along the route. While supplies last, attendees can pick a free pumpkin and visit goodie stations throughout the walk-through route.
The use of costumes is encouraged.
Due to COVID-19, the last two years' Halloween celebrations have been altered. Attendees are urged to exercise social distancing and will be directed along a one-way pedestrian-only route. Participants are required to wear masks for their own protection.
Kyle Vitense State Farm Agency and TCF Bank are the sponsors of Halloween at the Lake.
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