It is that time of the year again!  A time of spooky festivities, jack-o-lanterns, haunted houses, and scary movies. If you and or your family love the spooky season, we have good news for you! No need to freak out, there are events for you to attend and have a spooktacular time. Downtown will be filled with different events to attend and enjoy. We hope to see you there!

Community Trunk or Treat

When: Tuesday, October 25th

Time: 5pm- 7pm

Where: Lashbaugh’s West

Trunk and Treat is a staple Halloween traditional event for the community. If you do not know what that is, here is a quick explanation: The community comes together and decorate the back of their cars, load up on a lot of candy and kids come by to trick or treat from car to car. It is a fun experience, there are a lot of costumes to see, lots of people to meet and all in all a great opportunity to socialize with the people around you. This event will have a DJ and treats along with a costume contest with prizes.

Frostburg Halloween Parade

When: Thursday, October 27th

Time: 6pm

Where: Main Street 

Get your buckets and costumes ready because the Frostburg Halloween parade is coming back! All organizations and businesses are all welcome to participate, all you have to do is click this link to sign up, 

There will be candy throwing, so get ready to collect as much as you can! Afterward, the annual kids’ party will commence along with the haunted house immediately after the parade at City Place. Get excited for frightful fun!

Hurry Back Tavern’s Annual Halloween Costume Party

When: Friday, October 28th

Time: 9pm- 1pm

Where: Hurry Back Tavern

What a time to go out with friends, this is one for the adults! Hurry Back Tavern is hosting its annual costume party. There will be music from Dj Dan Fisher and the best dressed receives a prize. You can always go as a group and have matching costumes or have a theme, like dressing up as the characters from Scooby Doo, just an idea!

Frostburg City-Wide Trick or Treat

When: Sunday, October 30 

Time: 6- 8 pm

Where: City-Wide

This year’s city-wide trick-or-treating is set to happen the day before Halloween, so residents are advised to turn on porch lights if they wish to hand out candy to children. Drivers, be advised to take note of the event time and drive with caution.