Halloween might be a little extra spooky this year with the pandemic, but we found all sorts of fun things to do around Kansas City to remain SAFE & RESPONSIBLE while you celebrate All Hallows Eve!
Trick-or-Treat Trail at Stagecoach Park on Friday, Oct. 23, from 5-8 p.m. Families can walk along a half-mile trail and collect candy from various candy stations. We are encouraging social distancing and masks if social distancing can’t be achieved. Volunteers at the candy stations will be required to wear masks and will place the candy in bags or buckets.
Boo at the View
Arrive at Meadowmere Park at 6pm. Participants will go vendor space to vendor space and look at their spooky set-up and collect pre-packaged candy! This will take place in The View (13500 Byars Rd Grandview, MO 64030) parking lot and will make a giant loop.
Local Kansas City area Lowe’s will have “drive-through curbside trick-or-treating” Oct. 22 and 29 from 6 to 7 p.m. where families can drive up to receive candy and a small pumpkin at no cost to take home. Space is limited, but starting Saturday, Oct. 10, families can reserve a spot for the early Halloween events at Lowes.com/DIY.
2020 has brought enough spookiness. Face it, we’re all scared out. That’s why we’re bringing nothing but sweet for Halloween! Our Monster Doughnuts couldn’t be scary if they tried.
Large green pancake topped with zig zags of cream cheese icing “bandages”, banana slices and chocolate chip eyes, and a sweet, purple whipped icing smile. Also available in buttermilk! The Mr. Mummy Pancake!