City of Geneva Halloween 2020
Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading COVID-19. Thus, we are not encouraging door-to-door trick or treating this year. We are excited to share several safer, alternative ways to celebrate Halloween. While participating in Halloween activities this year, please be sure to follow all CDC guidelines and practice safe social distancing while wearing a mask and washing your hands with soap and water.
We encourage everyone to consider partaking in these lower to moderate risk activities that can be safe alternatives:
· Carving or decorating pumpkins with members of your household
· Decorating your house, apartment or living space
· Participating in the City of Geneva’s virtual Halloween costume contest
· Having a Halloween movie night with people you live with
· Visiting only your family, friends and neighbors you normally interact with daily
2020 Annual Halloween Parade
This year the Recreation Department’s annual Halloween Parade is coming to you!
Beginning at 12:30pm on Saturday October 31st, make sure to listen for sirens in your neighborhood! We will have some special guests riding around saying hello and wishing you a happy Halloween! If you happen to hear the sirens, take a peek outside and make sure to wave as the parade goes by!
2020 Virtual Halloween Costume Contest
The Geneva Recreation Department’s annual Halloween Costume Contest has gone virtual and YOU are the judge! Participate in this annual event from the comfort of your own home! This year as your children and family dresses up, take a photo and post it in the comments on our 2020 Halloween event post on the City’s Facebook Page (City of Geneva NY)! If you don’t have a Facebook and would still like to participate, no problem! You can email your photo to email@example.com and we will post it for you! Please make sure to look at all the costumes and press that like button. The top 3 costumes with the most likes win! The contest will end at 9am on November 2nd and votes will be counted immediately after. Winners will be announced on Facebook, and have their medals and certificates mailed home to them.
If you may have COVID-19 or you may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, you should not participate in any in-person Halloween festivities.