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Updated 10/30: The Lebanon County Chiefs of Police have announced that due to forecasted rain on Oct. 31, Trick-or-Treat will be held on the rain date of Nov. 1.
Second Update 10/30: It now sounds like the City of Lebanon may not be holding Trick-or-Treat on Friday as other municipalities will be doing. LebTown is reaching out to the City for additional information and will update this post as soon as more details are available.
Third Update 10/30: The City of Lebanon announced shortly before noon that it would be postponing Trick-or-Treat to Nov. 1 in conjunction with the recommendation by the Lebanon County Chiefs of Police.
If inclement weather prevents Trick-or-Treat from occurring on Nov. 1, it will then be up to individual municipalities to decide what to do.
Here’s your chance to set a calendar reminder: Trick-or-Treat will take place from 6pm to 8pm on Thursday, October 31, in Lebanon County.
Trick-or-treat is coordinated each year by the Lebanon County Chiefs of Police Association. LebTown confirmed this year’s dates with association president Chief Harold Easter of the North Lebanon Township Police Department.
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Looking for other Halloween activities? Keep in mind the ghost tours happening at the Lebanon Farmers Market, and feel free to send us other spooky events to share by emailing email@example.com.