Beloved Ocean County, NJ Halloween Parade Back After Taking COVID Year Off
It's an exciting spooky season in the Garden State this year. That, you can thank COVID-19 for.
It's weird to "thank COVID-19" for anything. Honestly, COVID sucks and we all just wish it would go away. It did, however, bring forth in all of us the ability to be thankful for the things we once took for granted. That includes some pretty awesome local holiday festivities.
The folks in Toms River are beyond stoked for the return of their beloved Halloween parade that had to take a year off due to COVID-19. The Toms River Fire Company No.1 has given for the green light for the town's huge Halloween parade to go on this year. Ah, could it be? Another little bit of normalcy and fun returning to our lives? Seems that way.
Toms River's website confirms that the parade is indeed on for Saturday, October 30th. Folks planning on attending can also see the website for the parade route and time.
You'll also have the chance to watch the parade from the fire company's Facebook page, too! The rain date is set for Monday, November 1st. Get all the Toms River Halloween Parade details HERE.