Looking to show off your Halloween costume and score some treats?
Several churches and businesses are offering trunk-or-treat festivities, with trick-or-treaters and cars at a safe distance to allow everyone to have fun while staying safe from COVID. Trick-or-treaters — in small family groups — will approach cars one at a time.
All participants must wear a cloth face mask — in addition to any mask that’s part of their costume.
• Community Covenant Church will have pre-bagged candy and goodies from 4 to 6 p.m.
• Cascade Bible Church will have pre-bagged candy and goodies from 4 to 6 p.m.
• Carlton Feed & Supply (just behind the Carlton store) will have decorated cars, costumes and candy, hot chocolate, and hot dogs from 4 to 6 p.m.
Traditional activities like trick-or-treating on Burgar Street in Twisp and in downtown Winthrop are not taking place this year to avoid encouraging large gatherings.
Check out the inspired pumpkins — created by your neighbors — in Methow Arts’ windows. Glowing finalists in Methow Arts’ Jack-o’-Lantern carving contest will be on display for five nights.
The Jack-o’-lanterns will be on display from Thursday (Oct. 29) through Sunday (Nov. 1) in Methow Arts’ windows, corner of Glover Street and Second Avenue in Twisp. Winners will be announced on Monday (Nov. 2) on Methow Arts’ Facebook page at #artgrowshere.