Halloween will be celebrated in Clarksburg this Oct. 31.
The Select Board set the hours for 5:30 to 7 p.m. and are recommending the "GHOST" protocol outlined by North Adams two weeks ago for the city's observances.
"It can be smart, people have lights on if they want to participate, if they don't then they are not participating," said Chairman Ronald Boucher
Boucher said he had been approached by Fire Chief Carlyle "Chip" Chesbro Jr. about what the town was planning. Chesbro had offered to have the Fire Department do something, perhaps deliver candy to children.
Cities and towns across the state have taken different actions regarding Halloween during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Most have canceled congregate activities such as parades and parties and some have canceled trick or treating outright.
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