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‘Halloween: A Drive-Through Spooktacular’ a safe option for weekend in CdA

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 29, 2020

"Halloween: A Drive-Through Spooktacular" is in Coeur d'Alene on Friday and Saturday.  (Courtesy)
"Halloween: A Drive-Through Spooktacular" is in Coeur d'Alene on Friday and Saturday. (Courtesy)

TDS Telecom and the Hayden Chamber of Commerce have teamed up with a number of area sponsors to present “Halloween: A Drive-Through Spooktacular,” two nights of Halloween fun all from the comfort of your car.

The event runs Friday and Saturday at the Lake City High School parking lot, 6101 N. Ramsey Road, in Coeur d’Alene.

The spooktacular begins on “Treat Street,” where visitors can trick-or-treat while listening to a special FM channel that features celebrated characters singing and sharing stories.

Then, a “Ghost Host” will lead groups of four cars to four stops, each with its own content on the FM channel, plus 10-minute live performances from iconic Halloween characters. First up is Halloween Town, where guests will be visited by the Pumpkin King and some of his friends.

Then, it’s off to see the Villain Kids, “where you’ll learn that it’s ‘good to be bad.’ ” Witches greet guests at stop three, and the final stop takes guests to see the “most villainous bunch in the land.”

As a whole, the spooktacular should last about 1½ hours.

To keep the event safe and socially distanced, only 20 cars will be allowed into the event per hour. Tickets are $15 per person and available at ticketbud.com/events/d5b33302-f92e-11ea-897c-42010a71700d.

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