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Several counties, cities change trick-or-treating dates

Nine move Halloween to Saturday

Three switch to Monday

October 27, 2010|Patrick Murphy | News7 Intern Reporter

With Halloween on a Sunday this year several places have moved their trick-or-treating dates.

Nine counties and cities are celebrating Halloween on Saturday while three have scheduled it for Monday.

Below is a list of how each location is handling the holiday. "No position" means that no official stance has been taken, so Halloween will be observed on Oct. 31 unless otherwise stated by a town within that area.

  • Alleghany County - Oct. 31
  • Amherst County - Oct. 31
  • Appomattox County - Oct. 31
  • Bath - Oct. 30
  • Bedford - Oct. 31
  • Botetourt County - Oct. 31
  • Buena Vista - Oct. 30
  • Campbell County - no position 
  • Carroll County - Oct. 30
  • Charlotte County - Oct. 31
  • Craig County - Oct. 31
  • Covington - Oct. 30
  • Danville - Oct. 31
  • Floyd County - Oct. 31
  • Franklin County - no position
  • Galax - Oct. 31
  • Giles County - no position
  • Grayson County - Oct. 30
  • Halifax County - Oct. 30
  • Henry County - Nov. 1
  • Lexington - Oct. 31
  • Lynchburg - Oct. 31
  • Martinsville - Nov. 1
  • Montgomery County - no position
  • Nelson County - Oct. 31
  • Patrick County - Oct. 30
  • Pittsylvania County - Oct. 30
  • Pulaski County - Nov. 1
  • Radford - Oct. 31
  • Roanoke City - Oct. 31
  • Roanoke County - Oct. 31
  • Rockbridge County - Oct. 31
  • Salem - Oct. 31
  • Wythe County - Oct. 31
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