Edwardsville Illinois Events
The Edwardsville - Glen Carbon Chamber of Commerce brings the Halloween parade to the community. Spectators will line the streets of downtown Edwardsville for an annual, changing theme parade with marching bands, costume contests, a costume contest and more.
If you're on a relaxing day celebrating the event, you can find students - sculptures designed by students from Edwardsville - Glen Carbon Museum of Art. If you distribute candy, regularly disinfect your hands, wear gloves, avoid children reaching for chocolate bowls on their own and throwing sweets into their bags that are waiting for you. Place a table or other barrier between you and trick or treaters to ensure they stay 6 feet away. Little visitors know how far they have to stand from the entrance to the front door.
If you're not taking part, remember to turn off the outdoor lights to signal to others that your house is not handing out candy this year. If someone in your home is showing symptoms or you have someone potentially exposed to COVID-19 virus, please stay away, do not distribute candy and enjoy Halloween.
The "Downtown Trick - or - Treating" event, hosted by the Knights of Columbus at the KC Hall, will take place on October 31 from 5.30 to 7pm. Fathers and daughters of all ages are invited to the annual "Downtown Halloween Party" on October 31, 6 to 9 p.m. at Kansas Hall.
Children with special needs and neurotypical children find safety and fulfillment playing in the gym with friends and family. The wooden dance floor is placed in a lowered area to make it more accessible to children with disabilities, furniture can be removed and the whole family can enjoy high energy and exciting entertainment. This special area for the little ones offers a variety of activities for children from 3 years. It typically has soft seating, but can also seat up to 10 people and offers seating for adults and children of all ages.
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The pumpkin season begins on Saturday, October 1 in Edwardsville, from harvesting your own pumpkins to petting zoos and more.
The Space Camp fundraiser brings families together to visit Santa Claus and enjoy breakfast and games organized by sixth-grade families. An indoor playground specialising in the common play and learning of children of all abilities, with activities for all ages and abilities.
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Edwardsville will post more information on tricks - or - treating driving - through events and tips on its website and Facebook page to help make Halloween as fun, festive and healthy as possible. The Department of Parks and Recreation is hosting a virtual costume contest at the YMCA Edwardsville on Saturday, October 31, from 10 a.m. to noon. On Sunday, October 31, the Edgewood Recreation Department will hold a "trick or treat drive thru" event in the parking lot of City Hall from 11 a.m. to 11: 30 a.m. and from noon to 3 p.m.