MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - Some Halloween festivities in Morris Township have been canceled due to the pandemic, announced officials.

"We are sorry to announce the 2020 Trunk-or-Treat and Fire Department (Fairchild & Hillside) Halloween Parades are canceled", they said. "The decision to cancel this year was a difficult one, but due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases the Township decided to cancel in an abundance of caution."

The Township is reporting nine new cases this week and with the state moving to a moderate COVID-19 designation for the state, local officials have canceled the Halloween activities. 

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Not all festivities are canceled. The Outdoor Halloween Movie featuring the 2019 The Addam’s Family is still being held on October 24th, at dusk, approximately 6 PM. A bonfire with the Morris Township Fire Dept. will follow the movie at Ginty Field.

 

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