Windsor, CO — The Windsor History Museum is scheduled to host its annual Halloween Carnival Saturday, Oct. 29 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Windsor History Museum located at Boardwalk Park at 100 N. 5th St., for children to safely trick-or-treat around the museum grounds, tour the museum buildings, and participate in other games, activities, and giveaways. This event occurs alongside the Windsor Chamber of Commerce Downtown Trick-or-Treat.
“Each year we look forward to offering this fun opportunity for our community to come together to celebrate Halloween.” said Culture Supervisor Laura Browarny “We are lucky to have lots of local businesses and organizations that are eager to be involved and engaged with the community and provide candy and activities for the event.”
The Halloween Carnival will offer dozens of trick-or-treat stations, inflatable obstacles, a spooky dance party, giveaways, and a spider cave in the Train Depot. Attendees are encouraged to bring their candy buckets and dress in their best Halloween costumes. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. In addition to the free family fun festivities, there will be historical buildings open for the public to explore, tour, and learn Windsor’s history, including the Train Depot, one-room schoolhouse, farmhouse, beet shack, and the chapel.
The Windsor History Museum is seeking sponsors to help continue to make the Halloween Carnival free for the community. The carnival draws over 5,000 participants and gives businesses and organizations the opportunity to chat one-on-one with families as they trick-or-treat. Sponsorships start at the cost of candy and go up to $750. For businesses or organizations interested in participating, visit https://bit.ly/HalloweenCarnivalSponsor.
For more information about the Windsor History Museum, visit https://recreationliveshere.com/182.