Nashville, TN – To enhance the safety of Tennessee children, the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) visited the homes of more than 3,800 sex offenders during the Halloween season. Operation Blackout is designed to increase the safety of trick-or-treaters by ensuring sex offenders under TDOC supervision are in compliance with set conditions.
CTS Spooky Special ready to roll again
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Transit System (CTS) Spooky Special is back for another Spooky Clarksville tour.
The Halloween-adorned bus will run the streets of Clarksville, offering free rides on Friday, October 30th and Saturday, October 31st, 2020.
The Spooky Special, or Spooky Bus as some call it, is a Clarksville Transit System Halloween tradition that started 29 years ago to help residents get acquainted with the local public transportation service and to thank consistent passengers.
Clarksville, TN – On Friday, October 23rd, 2020, get into the Halloween spirit this weekend when Planters Bank Presents… Robert Zemeckis’ “What Lies Beneath” at the Roxy Regional Theatre at 7:00pm.
In this supernatural horror thriller starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford, it has been a year since Dr. Norman Spencer betrayed his beautiful wife Claire. But with Claire oblivious to the truth and the affair over, Norman’s life and marriage seem perfect — so perfect that when Claire tells him of hearing mysterious voices and seeing a young woman’s wraith-like image in their home, he dismisses her mounting terror as delusion.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department announces Fright on Franklin to be drive-thru trick-or-treating at Liberty Park
Health and safety of citizens remains a top priority
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department is adapting their annual Halloween event, Fright on Franklin, into a drive-thru trick-or-treating experience due to the ongoing COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.
Fright on Franklin Liberty Park presented by Altra Federal Credit Union will be held from 1:00pm-4:00pm on Saturday, October 31st, 2020. Visitors will experience Halloween throughout Liberty Park as numerous local businesses distribute candy along the route. Visitors are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes but will not be allowed to leave their vehicles.
Nashville, TN – Nashville Zoo’s popular Boo at the Zoo will celebrate a safe Halloween for six nights a week from October 15th–30th, 2020. To address social distancing, the event will take place over a longer period, limit nightly attendance, and require timed entries.
“About 40,000 guests attend Boo at the Zoo every year,” said Kindell Williams, Nashville Zoo’s Director of Special Events. “We have worked hard and found ways to keep everyone safe while providing an exciting evening that our guests expect from Nashville’s top family attraction.”
Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement Opens 2020 Season April 25th with New Monthly Events, Renovated Buildings
Clarksville, TN – Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement, a 40-acre living-history farm in rural Montgomery County, Tennessee, celebrates its 2020 Season Opening on Saturday, April 25th. But even before the official opening day, visitors can begin enjoying some of the events slated for the 2020 season.
Fort Campbell, KY – It was a dark and spooky night when Lifeliners Soldiers and Family members came out of the shadows to gather and celebrate Halloween together at the brigade quad, on Fort Campbell, KY, during the 101st Sustainment Brigade ‘Lifeliners’, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) Trunk-or-Treat event.
On October 29th, 2019, the unit celebrated Halloween a bit early, to provide a safe, enjoyable and family-friendly environment for everyone to experience together as a brigade.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Transit System (CTS) Spooky Special is back for another Spooky Tour.
The Halloween-adorned bus will run the streets of Clarksville, offering free rides on Thursday, October 31st, 2019.
The Spooky Special, or Spooky Bus as some call it, is a Clarksville Transit System Halloween tradition that started 28 years ago to help residents get acquainted with the transportation service and to thank consistent passengers.
Nashville, TN – Halloween is one of the deadliest days of the year for pedestrians. AAA is reminding evening commuters and other motorists to expect more pedestrians on the road, as millions of children and families across the country will be trick-or-treating through neighborhoods.
Halloween ranks as one of the top 3 days of the year for pedestrian injuries and fatalities.
Nashville, TN – Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office says Halloween traditions such as jack-o’-lanterns, trick-or-treating, and so-called “haunted houses” bring families and friends together each year to celebrate fall in festive, memorable ways. Unfortunately, Halloween’s activities also carry fire safety risks that could result in injuries or, worse, a fatality.
According to data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), decorations are the first thing to ignite in 900 reported home fires each year.
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