The City of Pittsfield has unfortunately canceled its Halloween Parade once again this year, but there is still plenty of fun to be had. Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer recently announced that even though the parade is canceled, Trick-or-Treat is still on and that the city would have some virtual events to take the place of the parade.

A virtual event indeed was announced today, and Ghouls and Gals of all ages are being sought to take part in the festivities!

City of Pittsfield residents are invited to enter the city’s 2021 virtual Halloween contests. There are several categories. They include Pumpkin Decorating, Costume, and Home Decorating.

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Submissions for each contest will be accepted beginning Oct. 1st through Sunday, Oct. 24th. Each winner will receive a cash prize and will be featured on the Pittsfield Parks and Recreation Facebook page on Friday, Oct. 29th.

Additional information and contest rules are available by clicking on the “Halloween 2021” link on the home page of the city’s website, www.cityofpittsfield.org. This year’s contests are sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union.

Who can enter, you ask?

Details for all 3 contests:

  • Must be a Resident of Pittsfield
  • Open to all ages
  • Deadline for entry: Sunday, October 25
  • Judging will occur: During the week of Monday, October 26
    Judges to include City Staff and local “celebrities”
  • Winners will be announced: Friday, October 30th on Pittsfield Parks Recreation Facebook page
  • All photos submitted will be the property of the City of Pittsfield and can be used in future promotions

Get all the information you need from the city's website HERE.

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