My Mountain Town 2020 Halloween Event Guide

30 Oct 2020 15:44 #11 by Salado
After careful consideration we have decided to host the second annual Boys and Girls Club Halloween celebration at Salado! Socially distanced outdoor games and activities from 4-7pm on our courtyard! Reservations recommended if you want to stay for dinner or Happy hour. Please call 719-836-7031

Halloween at Salado! We are happy to host the second annual Halloween party with the Boys and Girls Club! We will also be passing out candy for the trick-or-treaters, drink specials for the grown ups and a costume contest for all. Please make reservations as space is limited and we will be following all Covid guidelines so please wear a face covering or make it part of your costume!
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30 Oct 2020 16:08 #12 by CanyonCourier
Kuchels’ haunted trail is an annual Halloween treat for all to enjoy

Gwen and Warren Kuchel are decking their halls — actually more like their trail — with skeletons, werewolves and all things spooky in anticipation of Halloween night.

The couple have had visions of haunted-trail themes dancing in their heads for months, and they have brought the boxes of decorations out to prepare for their favorite night of the year — and everyone is invited. As far as the Kuchels are concerned, the more the merrier.

Their haunted trail is not gory — it’s something a little scary, so it is fitting for little kids, big kids and adventurous adults.

“Halloween isn’t only about trick-or-treating,” Gwen said. “It’s about having fun. Our Halloween activities has grown over the years. It’s taken on a life of its own.”

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By Deb Hurley Brobst
Wednesday, October 21, 2020

The Kuchels’ haunted trail is at 28466 Cragmont Drive. It will be open from 5:30 to 10 p.m. on Halloween only, weather permitting. To keep up to date on the event, visit “The Kuchel’s Haunted Trail” on Facebook.

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31 Oct 2020 19:38 #13 by MountainTownAlerts
CSP Florence @CSP_Florence 37m
Hwy 285 between Pine Junction and Bailey milepost 228. Traffic being stopped at times to allow Trick or treaters to cross the road safely. Please don't scare them with distracted driving.

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