Trick or Treat in Hollis 5-7PM, Oct. 31
Much like the rest of 2020, Halloween will look a little different this year, but we are still excited to celebrate with the community.
In lieu of concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, the Hollis Police Department would encourage parents of trick-or-treaters to follow the Center for Disease Control and the New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services recommendations, which are included in this message.
Visit www.cdc.gov or www.readynh.gov
The Hollis Police Department would like to ask trick-or-treaters, parents and residents to consider the following:
• Please try to limit the size of your groups.
• Please try to maintain good social distancing
• Please do not participate in trick-or-treating if you or a family member has developed a fever or flu like symptoms, prior to going.
• Please be respectful of those who do not wish participate in Halloween.
• If you do not want trick-or-treaters coming to your house, please consider shutting off your exterior lights and possibly posting a sign on your door or at the end of your driveway.
Please wear a mask, the scarier the better!