Trick or Treating

Trick or Treating will be held on October 31. The City of Clinton is not responsible for rescheduling holiday observances. It is the discretion of a neighborhood and/or organization whether they will offer Trick or Treating on another day. 

Any adjustment to Halloween observance and events will be in accordance with Executive Orders by Governor Tate Reeves. At this time, the City has no plans to adjust Halloween Trick or Treating observance due to COVID-19 unless the governor adjusts the Executive Order.

The Haunting of Olde Towne

The streets of Clinton's Olde Towne will once again be filled with ghouls, ghosts and goblins when the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department hosts its annual "Haunting of Olde Towne."CityOfClinton-HOOTMap.PNG

The Haunting of Old Towne will be held on Thursday, Oct 29 from 6-8:00 pm.

The City of Clinton Parks and Recreation Department is monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic leading up to the Haunting of Olde Towne on October 29. 

The Parks and Recreation Director along with the city leadership will make a decision on whether to continue with the Haunting of Olde Towne by noon on Thursday, October 29.  It is the full intention of Parks and Recreation Department to proceed with hosting this event, but it will only be done if it is safe for families to come and enjoy.

New in 2020, attendees are invited to stop inside the Police Department for Monster Mugshots and Spooky Selfies. Dispatchers and police officers have added extra spooky treats for our residents to enjoy throughout the evening.

The Haunting of Olde Towne will have two entrances this year with one being off of Leake Street in front of Meme’s Bakery and the other being off of Main Street beside City Hall. 

The Haunting of Olde Towne will necessitate several street closures. Jefferson street from Main Street to Leake Street will close at 2:30 pm on Thursday, October 29 to allow staff to set up for the event.

Leake Street and Main Street will close at 4:00 pm to prepare for the event. Gates open to the public at 6 P.M.

As always there will be lots of candy and toys for everyone participating in the games and age appropriate prizes given to contest winners. The cost for this event is $2 per person.


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