It’s spooky season on the Coast, but in light of COVID-19 Halloween looks a little different this year.
Tomorrow, the City of Biloxi is hosting their first ever Halloween on Howard. The drive-thru trick-or-treating event kicks off at 5 p.m. Cars are expected to line up on Porter Avenue beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Public Affairs Specialist Cecilia Dobbs Walton says Halloween on Howard will be a treat for everyone. “The City of Biloxi usually has about three or four Halloween events every year but because of COVID we’re only having one. The vendors, which we have over thirty that are going to be along the route passing out candy, just make sure trick or treaters stay inside the vehicle, the vendors will have masks and safely bring the candy to the trick or treaters. This is just a fun event for the public to get out and to enjoy Halloween in a safe way.”
The event lasts until 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Drivers are asked to stay inside their car the entire time.