Community Closet is investing in expanded Trick or Treat options throughout Park County to minimize crowds and support safe and more socially-distanced Halloween experiences for our community. “We’re encouraging the whole community to turn on their porch lights and welcome Trick or Treaters this Halloween,” says Community Closet CEO and founder, Caron Cooper. With Yellowstone Street not being closed for Trick or Treaters this year, it's a great opportunity for homes throughout Park County to get involved in Halloween fun.
Two free bags of Halloween candy will be given to the first 150 homes who come to Community Closet at 416 East Park Street in Livingston starting Tuesday, October 26th and turn their porch lights on for Trick or Treaters. The candy will be distributed until it’s gone. “We’re inspired by Bruce Lay to pay it forward,” says Cooper, “he funded our free Halloween costume giveaway program this year and encourages everyone to pay it forward. I’d also like to thank the crew at Livingston Albertson’s for making our candy purchase so seamless and easy.”
All Halloween costumes are free at Community Closet, thanks to Bruce Lay. Everyone is also encouraged to purchase low-cost Halloween décor at Community Closet to decorate their homes, wear costumes all Halloween week, and turn their porch lights on to give out candy to Trick or Treaters this Halloween.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Park County, Community Closet appreciates shoppers who wear face masks, sanitize their hands, and socially distance in the thrift store. A reminder that Community Closet is currently closed daily between 2 - 3 pm to restock inventory and sanitize the store. Hours in October are Monday through Saturday 10 am – 2 pm and 3 pm – 5:30 pm, currently closed Sundays.
Stay safe, have fun, and let’s all celebrate Halloween fun this year!