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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classified donkeys or stem treatment and treatment as “higher-risk activities” to avoid in an effort to help prevent the spread of the virus.
However, events are being planned locally with precautions.
Small vampires and go gorys, masked, can head to YMCA’s Wiggins Down East Family Centre in Ellsworth to see Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 31 in scheduled times from 1-5 p.m. In a trunk challenge event, scammers or handles go from car to car instead of from door to door.
“People need to call Y to book their time in advance,” said Peter Farragher, chief executive of Y. Families can register within 30 minutes. Only 75 people will be admitted every 30 minutes. Participants can park behind mill mall, then walk to Y where the queue is arranged. There will be a 6-foot gap in the line.
The Blue Hill Library invites children in costumes to visit anytime from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Go to Halloween and choose a free book to keep. Youth Services Secretary Claire Malina said the books would be displayed on tables and spread across the This Is My 2020 Costume Spooky Scary Year Halloween Shirt lawn to encourage safe distances. All participants were required to wear veils and keep a six-foot distance from others who were not in their household when attending. Handwash will be provided. Organizers note that plans may vary depending on any new guidelines from the CDC.
Meanwhile, the This Is My 2020 Costume Spooky Scary Year Halloween Shirt Blue Hill Peninsula Chamber of Commerce said a “Halloween Task Force” is setting up in Blue Hill to try to organize some COVID-19 safety operations.
At Deer Isle, Theresa Gove-Eaton is holding an intimate treat at There’s a Treat Takeout on Saturday, October 24 from 3-6pm. People can rent a seat or table for $10. Proceeds will go to Alfred’s Christmas Fund. There will be a hunt for scavengers and games in addition to processing the trunk.
Gove-Eaton said masks were mandatory and all games would be cleaned between families. Order take-away food at 348-9444 for more information.
Speaking about the mask, the CDC said the makeup mask could not be substituted for the fabric mask.
“It is not recommended to use a makeup mask unless it is made from two or more layers of breathable fabric that covers the mouth and nose and does not leave space around the face,” the agency stated in its Halloween advice. “Do not wear a makeup mask other than a protective cloth mask because it can be dangerous if the makeup mask makes it difficult for you to breathe. Instead, consider using a restored fabric mask in a sanctification style.”