By The Tally Wire staff
TALLAHASSEE, Fla — Halloween in Tallahassee may look and feel a bit different this year, but local businesses, organizations, and companies are stepping up to provide the community with a number of socially-distant, family-friendly events to celebrate. Check out this ever-growing round up of fun, safe Halloween events here in town.
Drive Thru Trunk or Treat at Killearn United Methodist Church — This year’s annual KUMC Trunk of Treat event, hosted by Killearn United Methodist Church, will be held via a drive-thru approach. Located at 2800 Shamrock St S, the event will run from 2:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. and will feature candy that will be dropped into children’s bags through their car windows. Check out the event on Facebook, here.
Halloween Hayride at Happy Trails Ranch — Happy Trails Ranch is hosting a Halloween hayride event from 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. this Halloween. Bags of candy will be given to children 13-years-old and younger, unlimited horse and pony rides will be given, and horse feeding will be done. Tickets cost $20 for adults and $10 for children, and can be purchased via phone at (850)570-3026 or at the gate that day. Costumes and masks are encouraged. Check out the event on Facebook, here.
Drive Through Community Trick or Treat at United Church in Tallahassee — United Church in Tallahassee is hosting a drive-through trick-or-treat event on site at 1834 Mahan Drive. From 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m., attendees can drive up and will be handed pre-packed bags of candy through the car window. Masks and gloves will be worn by volunteers handing out the candy. Check out the event on Facebook, here.
Trough-Or-Treat at Redemptive Love Farm — Redemptive Love Farm, located at 9036 Magenta Ln, is hosting a trough-or-treat event with over 50 candy stations spread throughout their farm this Halloween. Only 50 families are allowed at the event each hour. Each station will be manned by a local business or non-profit organization, pony and horse rides will be given, and a scarecrow and trunk decoration contest will be held. Tickets can be purchased online, here. Check out the event on Facebook, here.
Fall Festival at Calvary Chapel — Calvary Chapel, located at 8614 Mahan Dr, is hosting a fall festival from 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. this Halloween. There will be food trucks on site, hay rides, games, candy, a petting zoo, and more. Check out the event on Facebook, here.
ALLinLEON – Drive-Thru Trick or Treat with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office — The Leon County Sherrif’s Office is hosting a drive-thru trunk or treat event in the former Sears parking lot at the Governor’s Square Mall, located at 1500 Apalachee Pkwy. From 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., there will be fun, decorated Halloween displays, 500 bags of candy/goodies for kids elementary school-aged and younger, and a food distribution for kids in need. Check out the event on Facebook, here.
Trunk or Treat, Drive-Thru Edition at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church — Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, located at 3720 Capital Cir SE, is hosting a drive-thru trunk or treat event in lieu of their regular, annual trunk or treat event. From 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., attendees can drive around the circular parking lot and pick up candy through the window, then vote for their favorite trunk at the end. Check out the event on Facebook, here.
Drive-Thru Trunk Or Treat at Champion Auto — From 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m., Champion Auto is hosting a drive-thru trunk or treat event for the kids in their parking lot, located at 2754 W Tennessee St. Kids will handed bags of candy through the car window. When entering Champion Auto, plan to enter through W Tennessee St and exit through Senator Pat Thomas Blvd. Check out the event on Facebook, here.