It is with an abundance of caution and concern for the health and well-being of area residents, downtown employees and the community-at-large that Visit Freeport, the Freeport Police Department and the Town of Freeport have cancelled the Freeport business district’s annual Trick or Treat night.
The decision to cancel aligns with both the specific advice on trick or treating recently issued by the CDC as well as the State of Maine’s ongoing guidance limiting large gatherings. The annual event typically draws more than a thousand children and adults to the community during a short window of time on Halloween night.
However, there are a wide variety of opportunities to celebrate the season in and around Freeport including some very new innovations. Click below to learn more!
Wolfe’s Neck Center Pumpkin Hayrides
Corn Maze at Pineland Farms
Pineland Farm’s Pumpkin Carving
Pineland Farm’s Apple Cider Pressing
Camp Sunshine Pumpkin Festival
Freeport Community Library Virtual Halloween Parade