Updated: Oct 26
Mayor Barrett has asked that neighborhoods forgo traditional trick or treating due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In lieu of our traditional trick or treat night, EPNA is announcing two alternative activities:
Enderis Park Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt and Pumpkin Carving Contest
On October 25th visit www.enderispark.org/blog and print the Scavenger Hunt worksheet. If you don’t have a printer, email Lori Sommervold at email@example.com or contact Sandy Szymkowski at 414-771-5406 to receive a worksheet.
Your family is then welcome to safely* walk the Enderis Park Neighborhood on any night between Monday, October 26th and Friday, October 30th to complete your Scavenger Hunt.
Then on Friday, October 30th put on your costumes and head to Enderis Park* for the Pumpkin Carving Contest and display! Bring your completed Scavenger Hunt worksheet and trade it in for a prize.
Pumpkin Carving Contest
Get your “creative and scary” on and carve (or decorate) a pumpkin for the contest!
Carvers, bring your pumpkin (and a light source) to Enderis Park* on Friday, October 30th between 6:00 and 7:00 pm. Volunteers will organize and light them to create a Fantastic Pumpkin Display on the South stairs of the field house!
All are then welcome to view* the display from 7:30 to 9:00pm. Judging and awarding of prizes will take place at 8:45pm.
· Family-created A. Scariest pumpkin B. Most creative pumpkin C. Silliest
· Child-created A. Scariest pumpkin B. Most creative pumpkin C. Silliest
Please retrieve your pumpkin between 9:00-9:15pm at the completion of the event.
Special thanks to Sentry on Sentry on 71st and Lisbon for donation of prizes.
Enjoy this and other neighborhood activities? Become a member of the Enderis Park Neighborhood Association; simply go to https://www.enderispark.org/support-us.
*Remember to wear masks and socially distance on your walk through the neighborhood and while attending the carving contest/display