What: Drive Thru Trick-or-Treat
When: Friday, October 29th 4pm – 8pm
Where: Benton County Fairgrounds Solar Building
Dress the kids up and bring them by to see the Halloween themed decorated Trick-Or-Treat Tunnel and costumed characters. At the end of the tunnel, each child will receive a bag of treats to take with them – all without leaving the warmth and safety of the family car. Automobiles only. Must stay inside the vehicle at all times, roll down window only to retrieve the bags of candy. One bag per child in the car.
The Rotary Club of Greater Corvallis is hosting a safe, drive-through Halloween opportunity for the youth of local families from 4-8 p.m. on Friday, October 29 at the Solar Building in the southwest corner of the Benton County Fairgrounds.
The admission is free, however registration is encouraged so to accurately provide a Halloween bag of treats for all youth in each car between the ages of 1-15 years.
The event is being designed with two goals in mind: keeping the Halloween festivities alive this season, while also keeping volunteers and guests safe. Thus, attendees through the “Halloween tunnel” in the fairgrounds Solar Building may not leave their vehicles at any time during the event. Face coverings must be worn when the windows of the vehicle are open, occupants of a vehicle must be members of the same household or living unit and may not change vehicles during the event, and no motorcycles and bicycles will be permitted. There will be no food or drink offered other than the bag of treats at the end, no restrooms will be available and there will be a hand sanitizing station and extra masks available. Only prepackaged treats and goodies will be included in the bags handed out in a sanitary environment by volunteers working with masks and gloves. One bag for each child in a vehicle will be handed out just before the cars exit the “tunnel” and return to the fairgrounds south parking lot.