Tomorrow is the big night when boys and girls will trick or treat and local towns have designated the times when the ghosts and goblins should be out.
Downtown trick or treating in Hopkinsville will begin at 3:30, according to a news release, which says street merchants, local organizations and businesses will set up on South Main from East 9th to East 14th and on the south side of the street from South Main to South Virginia.
Adults must accompany children ages 12 and under and the trick or treaters must bring their own bag.
A group from Brooke Bailey Dance Association will provide entertainment at some point in the afternoon, with the whole event sponsored by the Hopkinsville Division of Parks and Recreation, Main Street Merchants and Downtown Renaissance.
Trick or Treat at the Mall will go from 4 until 7 at Bradford Square, with participating stores to hand out candy to children ages 12 and under.
Mayor Dan Kemp is requesting all trick or treating at homes in the city to take place between 5 and 8pm.
City of Oak Grove officials say children can go door to door in Christian County’s second largest city between 5 and 9pm.
The City of Cadiz Halloween Safe Night will be held from 4-6pm in that downtown area, according to an email from Cadiz Police, which says everyone is invited to participate in the safe event.
Officials at Elkton City Hall say trick or treating there will be from 5:30 until 7:30 and that several churches there will be holding “truck or treat” celebrations for local children.