Governor Christie has officially postponed Halloween and trick or treating until Monday, November 5. Glen Ridge has agreed, saying Monday is the day. Montclair is saying
Saturday, November 3 is the time to go knock on doors.
Montclair just sent out the following info on trick or treating:
Dangerous conditions remain on many on township streets. The Township of Montclair is following Governor Chris Christie’s executive order and asks residents to postpone Halloween trick-or-treating activities to Monday, November 5. In addition, the Township asks that residents participate in trick-or-treat activities between the hours of 12:00 Noon and 5:00 p.m., when daylight allows greater visibility. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Some families are going out tonight, anyway.
Old Man Whipple‘s house in Montclair is a go tonight too.
When do plan to go trick or treating? Take our poll:
Maplewood will also hold its annual parade on Monday, November 5:
Halloween Parade and Costume Contest
Who: All ages.
What: This annual event is sponsored by the Maplewood Village Alliance and Maplewood Chamber of Commerce. The festivities include trick or treating, music and dancing and prizes for best costumes.
Where: Maplewood Village between Baker Street and Durand Road, Maplewood, NJ.
When: The Halloween Parade has been postponed till Monday, Nov 5th in Maplewood Village from 3 –5 pm.