Matewsky postpones kid’s Halloween party

The Russo-Gaff family has a spooky yard for Trick-or-Treaters this year. Melanie Russo (above) peeks out from behind her Halloween decorations on Bucknam Street. (Photo by Jim Mahoney)

City will allow Trick or Treating from 5-7 PM October 31

Everett’s, 41st Annual safe children’s Halloween party hosted by Councilor at Large, Wayne Matewsky, is unfortunately postponed until 2021. The Matewsky committee initiated the event in 1979 due to tainted candy, however, the Covid-19 pandemic has made this unsafe this year.

The children’s Halloween party has served thou- sands of children over the years with good old fashioned family entertainment, and Wayne would like to thank the many volunteers and friends who have made the Annual party a success, and for those children and parents who decide to participate on Halloween, Saturday,

Oct. 31 in Everett, Trick or Treating will be allowed during the hours of 5-7 pm, please wear your mask, wash your hands, and keep six feet apart.

Happy Halloween to All and God Bless.

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