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Hometown Halloween

October 31 • 9AM - 12PM

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Downtown Troy – Prouty Plaza
1 West Main Street | Troy, OH 45373

Join us in Downtown Troy for our Hometown Halloween Event! Bring your children dressed up in their costumes to Trick-or-Treat in our beautiful, historic downtown! Participating merchants will have an orange pumpkin in their window to let you know they are passing out candy. Children must be accompanied by an adult. To keep numbers low, please no more than two adults per family.

This is a free event, but requires a ticket. Tickets are available at the Troy Main Street office by calling 937-339-5455 and signing up for either the 9-11 trick-or-treating time slot or the 11-1 time slot. There are 400 tickets per time slot. Tickets can be picked up by scheduling a time for the weeks of October 19 and 26. Facial coverings/masks that cover the mouth and nose are required for anyone over the age of 2 years old at this event. Social distancing guidelines must be followed. Businesses will set up outside their business and hand candy to the children.

Costume Contest: This year there will not be a Halloween Parade but it wouldn’t be Hometown Halloween without a costume contest! We have partnered with the Troy Noon Optimists to host the costume contest virtually.
Here’s how it works:
Post a picture to Facebook or Instagram and tag Troy Main Street in your post or email a picture to info@troymainstreet.org. Along with your picture, write which category you are participating in. Categories are:
Under 1 year old
1 year old
2 year old
3 year old
4 year old
5 year old
6 year old
7 year old
8 year old
9 year old
10 year old
11 year old
Family
Pet
Pictures can be tagged or sent via email Thursday, October 29 – Saturday October 31. Troy Main Street will then send all pictures to the Troy Noon Optimists to judge at their meeting the following Monday. Winners will be announced on Troy Main Street’s social media on Tuesday, November 3rd, and at that time winners will be given instructions on when and where to retrieve their prize.
As with all of Troy Main Street’s events during the pandemic, the plan for this event has been approved by the Miami County Health Department and by attending this event, participants are acknowledging their risk of exposure to Coronavirus.