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Plans for Hiawatha Halloween Frolic discussed

(KNZA)--Plans are moving forward for this year 106th annual Hiawatha Halloween Frolic.

Hiawatha Chamber and Visitors Bureau President Kate Miller met with the Hiawatha City Commission Monday evening to discuss the plans and request the Commission designate two nights for treat-or-treating.

The Commission approved designating Thursday, October 29 and Friday, October 30 as Treat-or-Treat nights. Residents wanting to take part are encouraged to turn on their front porch light. Miller said they are pushing for residents to decorate their porches this year.

Miller said while some protocol is being put in place to ensure the safety of residents due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Halloween Frolic is happening.

The grand evening parade, which will take place October 31, will look different this year — similar to a cruise night. Residents are encouraged to decorate their vehicles, and any floats for Halloween, and join the all-inclusive parade. The Hiawatha High School band will be riding a flatbed during the parade.  

The afternoon parade has been canceled.

This year's theme is “ Rock'n Around the Pumpkin Patch.”

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