For the Madera stand
Attendees of the Madera Fair Drive Thru Trick or Treat event will receive a telescopic net to receive treats from the many stalls along the way to the fairgrounds.
The Madera District Fair opens, in partnership with the Madera County Food Bank, for the popular Drive Thru Trick or Treat, which will be held on October 31 from 5 to 9 p.m.
What developed as a socially safe event serving the community in 2020 has potentially generated interest as an annual event, with the second edition taking place in just a matter of weeks. The Madera Fair office has received numerous messages and calls asking for the return of the 2020 family event to get their kids out for a safe night of trick or treat this year.
The treat or treat event costs $ 10 per vehicle, which includes up to five stretch nets for children 12 and under at the entrance. Vehicle passes go on sale October 15 at maderafair.com/halloween. Two paid time slots are available for vehicle passes, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., and are limited in quantity.
As in 2020, shops, clubs, schools, residents will fill the route with stands and decorated spaces, serving treats to be deceived or to gourmets passing through. It was said during the inaugural year that it was more fun to give than to receive. The good news is that Madera Fair offers both giving and receiving opportunities for the community. Interested groups and individuals can contact Madera Fair or visit maderfair.com/halloween for information on the decorated booth and space and a simple application.
In addition to the ticket or treat event, the land will host a local food truck zone, to eat good food on the cool fall night. The free and open space, with lighting and seating for friends and family to gather, runs from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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