Where can I safely Trick or Treat in Victoria, TX during Halloween 2020?

Halloween 2020 Trick or Treating during the Coronavirus in Victoria, TX

Like everything this year, trick or treating in Victoria is going to look a little different for 2020. This is due to a little virus known as COVID-19. What events are happening for trick or treating in Victoria this year?

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Though we’re not completely sure what the status of door-to-door trick or trick or treating is in Victoria this year, the Parks and Recreation department is hosting a drive-thru event, while the library invites visitors to show up in costume. Read on for more information.  

Parks and Rec Drive-Thru

  • When? From 5 to 7 PM on Saturday, October 24th
  • Where? Riverside Park – Drive along McCright Drive, beginning at the tiki statue near Riverside Golf Course

Head over to Riverside Park on the 24th this year to experience a drive-thru trick or treating experience. The event will have booths set up by local businesses and organizations, handing out treats to attendees who come through in their cars.

Booths are placed far apart from each other to respect social distancing guidelines, while vendors will be required to wear facial coverings and use hand sanitizer. Organizer Gabby Anglin has further encouraged vendors to come up with creative ways to distribute their goods while maintaining distance. Attendees must stay in their vehicles and obtain treats through the windows.

For more information on the event, head to this website.

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Trick or Treat at the Library

  • When? 10 AM – 6 PM on Monday, October 26th through Saturday, October 31st (closes at 2 PM on Saturday)
  • Where? 302 N. Main Street, Victoria, TX 77901

The Victoria library is also hosting what they’ve dubbed “Trick or Treat” each day from Monday, October 26 through Saturday, October 31. The details are a bit foggy, with the library encouraging attendees to dress up or just simply tell them “trick or treat.” We’re not sure what COVID safety measures will be observed, if any.

More details on this event can be found here.

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