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This annual, fun event is open to Brick residents, only.

A bowl of pre-Halloween candy
A bowl of pre-Halloween candy (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)

Brick Township will hold Trunk-or-Treat just like every year, but this year - the year of the coronovirus, things will be different - Brick officials said this week, according to the patch.com.

"Trunk or Treat is an event where residents, local organizations and businesses bring their vehicles, decorate them, pop the trunk and hand out treats. It has become one of the most popular events in Brick Township and Mayor Ducey and the Council wanted to make sure it was available to Brick's young people this year," township officials said.

This year's Trunk-or-Treat is for Brick residents only. You must have ID in order to be a part of it.

Brick Township Trunk-or-Treat

Friday October 23rd, 2020

Drum Point Sports Complex

Brick, NJ

Here's the list of restriction for this year's Trunk-or-Treat:

*Advance registration is a MUST. Sorry, no one will be admitted without a receipt of pre-registration.

*There will be 3 different sessions this year starting at 6 pm. Each session will not have more than 75 cars.

*Masks are to be warn at all times.

*Trunk-or-Treaters will walk in one direction and the scary walk will happen while walking in one direction, also.

*There will be no hayride this year and not food will be available, like other years.

I'm so happy to see Brick is still doing this for the kids. Kids of all ages love this. Mom's and Dad's love decorating their cars and kids get candy, who wouldn't love a good Trunk-or-Treat. Hopefully other towns will have their Trunk-or-Treats, also.

Sue Moll
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