Night of a Thousand Pumpkins
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The City of Eagle is hosting its first annual Halloween party and we are pulling out all the stops! Join us at Eagle City Hall parking lot for Trunk-or-Treating, a DJ providing fun and spooky music, a kids' activity area in front of the library, face painting, delicious foods and desserts, plenty of photo opportunities, and even a Chili Cook Off. But let’s not forget the most important thing, 1,000 carved pumpkins lighting up all of City Hall and the Library! So, make sure to mark your calendar so that you can enjoy this great family-friendly party with us on October 28th going from 5 pm-9 pm.
And if you would like to be a part of the event, we are accepting volunteers to help carve pumpkins.
We are also accepting applications for those wanting to have a vehicle in the Truck or Treat area, and for those who want to be in the Chili Cook-Off. Both applications are free and won’t cost you anything to be at, but just know that spaces are limited and will fill up fast.
Trunk or Treat
If you are interested in being a part of the Trunk or Treat during the event, please review the following information and apply below.
- This is free to participate in as a Trunk, and it is free for anyone to attend.
- It is required that you decorate your vehicle.
- Participating Trucks can only give out pre-packaged candy (other treats must be approved beforehand).
- Vehicles will start setting up at 4 pm and must be ready to give out candy starting at 5 pm.
- For the safety of all participants, vehicles are not allowed to leave before the end of the event at 9 pm. No exceptions.
- We reserve the right to not admit or remove anyone who will not follow these requirements.
If you are interested in being a part of the Chili Cook Off during the event, please review the following information and apply below.
- All ingredients must be pre-cooked before the event. Chili is to be brought ready to eat and must arrive warm. The city will provide electricity for all contestants to plug in their slow cookers to keep their chili’s hot.
- Contestants are responsible for supplying their own serving utensils and serving the chili during the event.
- Contestants must prepare a minimum of 6 quarts of chili (Standard slow cooker size).
- Contestants are responsible for cleaning up their space.