2022 Foothills Halloween Event Guide by My Mountain Town

13 Oct 2022 09:03 #1 by Mountain-News-Events
We've got your favorite Halloween events (for kids and adults!) loaded up into our Community Calendar where you can find the details of when and where to be for each. Are we missing yours? Please login and add it so we can include it on our event guide, and share this far and wide!
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Holiday events: mymountaintown.com/community/calendar/monthcalendar/2022/10/33

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20 Oct 2022 19:57 #2 by Mountain-News-Events
The Facebook event for this now states it's sold out. FYI, that Facebook event was created by Katie Burgoyne, Conifer Area Chamber of Commerce Board member and owner of AmRamp, who was one of the inaugural paddleboarders last year at Chatfield. It should be fun to go watch!

More than 100 paddleboarding witches will soon descend on Chatfield Reservoir
Costumed witch paddles have become increasingly popular in autumn and at least three are planned in Colorado
By Tiney Ricciardi | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | The Denver Post
PUBLISHED: September 20, 2022 at 6:00 a.m

Colorado’s lakes and reservoirs will be extra wicked these next couple of months, as witches and warlocks make their annual paddleboarding pilgrimage in honor of the spooky season.

Witch paddles — events in which people dress in costumes to paddleboard, kayak and canoe — have become increasingly popular in autumn, bewitching bodies of water from Morro Bay, Calif., to Portland and Vancouver. Last year, witchy Coloradans got in on the action with a meetup at Chatfield State Park in Littleton, hosted by a group called the SUP Sisters.

Anna Marie Madai helped organize a second witch paddle at Chatfield State Park in 2021, which saw about 80 participants. But this year’s encore garnered so much interest — more than 13,000 people RSVPed on Facebook — that the city of Littleton required organizers to pull permits and staff security and medical personnel for the Oct. 23 event.


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