Trunk-or-Treaters, there are lots of events coming up to check out.

There is a new trend in the last few years that is changing the way that people go trick or treating. It's called Trunk-or-Treating, and the premise is simple: A bunch of parents get together in a school or church parking lot, deck out their car trunks with Halloween decorations, and let the kids go from car to car, collecting candy. With that in mind, there are several of these events happening in the greater Bangor area over the next few days that the kiddos will love.

  • Bangor-Presented by City of Bangor Parks & Recreation, you can Trunk-or-Treat tonight, at the Cross Insurance Center from 6pm-7:30pm 7:30 PM
  • Bangor-Sunday from noon-2pm, it's the 2021 Anah Trunk or Treat, at the Anah Shrine, located at 1404 Broadway. It will be held outdoors, with social distancing. This is a rain or shine event.
  • Newburgh-Saturday from 4pm-6pm, in the parking lot of the Newburgh town Office. If you would like to participate, call 234-4151.
  • Hermon-Trunk or Treat is hosted by Big 10 Cheer, on Saturday, from 3pm-6pm, at 104 Freedom Parkway. Get into the Halloween Spirit with the Cheer Magic All-Stars & the Big 10 Cheer First Annual Fall Fundraiser event.
  • Old Town- The Resurrection of the Lord Parish, located at 429 Main St, will host their first ever trunk-or-treat, Friday, from 6pm-7pm
  • Hampden-The Hampden Highlands United Methodist Church, at 44 Kennebec Road, on Sunday, from 2pm-3pm.
  • Carmel-Halloween Sunday, from 5pm-7pm, it's the 5th Annual Trunk or Treat, hosted by the Town of Carmel and Carmel Recreation Department. Fire trucks, Sheriff's Department Vehicles, local businesses, civic organizations, and families will join in one maze of vehicles, all under the lights!
  • Brewer-Saturday from 6pm-9pm, Team Asylum presents Trunk or Treat, at the world famous Brewer Auditorium, The ask that you don't bring home baked goods.

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