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LIST | When Weather is Anything But a Treat, You Do Halloween the Day After

Due to storms on Halloween, many neighborhoods are celebrating the day after. Here's the list.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Weather on Halloween was anything but a treat. The area was under a tornado warning for several hours. Many people are spending the day cleaning up from fallen trees.

Here's a list of the new dates and times Greensboro-area neighborhoods are hosting pose Halloween Day family fun events.

  • Greensboro's Lindley Park Neighborhood: Festivities moved to Friday, November 1 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. The area between Longview, Lindell, Sherwood, and Walker will be closed to car traffic at that time to allow for safe trick-or-treating.
  • Asheboro's Trick Or Treat In The Park: Event moved from Halloween to Thursday, November 7 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at McCrary Park at 138 Southway Road.
  • Kernersville's Tredegar Neighborhood: Festivities Postponed until November 1. 
  • Trick or Treating For Town of Walnut Cove and City of King: Rescheduled for November 1, from 5:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. Main street will not be closed as originally planned.
  • 'Rural HALLoween' Trick-or-Treat (Town of Rural Hall): Moved to Friday, November 1st from 6-9 PM on Broad Street. 
  • Rock Hill Sovereign Grace Church Fall Festival: Rescheduled for Sunday, November 2nd, from 12 pm-2 pm. It will take place in Arlington Park in Greensboro. There will be games, face painting, free food and more. Trick or treats will also be given out to the kids.
  • Steeplegate Community's Trick or Treat Event: Trinity's Steeplegate community has moved their trick or treat to Friday night, November, 1st.
  • Birch Creek Subdivision (Mcleansville): Celebrations for Halloween being moved to Friday, November 1.  
  • Kingsfield Forest in Archdale: Celebrations for Halloween moved to Friday, November 1. 
  • Pearman Estates neighborhood in Oak Ridge: Trick-or-Treating moved to Friday, November 1. 
  • Brown Oaks in Randleman: Trick-or-Treating moved to Friday, November 1st.
  • Forest Oaks Neighborhood in Southeast Guilford County: Trick-or-Treating moved to Friday, November 1st.
  • Ledford Downs Neighborhood in Thomasville: Trick-or-Treating moved to Friday, November 1st.
  • Downtown Mount Airy Trick-or-Treat Event: Rescheduled for Friday, November 1st from 3-5 p.m.
  • Bethlehem UMC in Reidsville Trunk-or-Treat Event: Rescheduled for Friday, November 1st from 6-7:30 p.m.
  • Reedy Fork Neighborhood in Greensboro: Trick-or-Treating moved to Friday, November 1st.
  • Gibsonville: Gibsonville's “Trunk or Treat” will be held on November 1st from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm going from the Gibsonville United Methodist Church on Church St. down Joyner St. to the  First Baptist Church on Piedmont St.
  • Ashley Woods Subdivision (Gibsonville/Elon): Will be postponing their trick-or-treating until Saturday, November 2nd.

  • Wilson Farm Neighborhood in Summerfield: Trick-or-Treating is moved to Friday, November 1st

  • Rocklyn Neighborhood in Davidson/Forsyth County (on the border of both counties): Came together as a neighborhood to move trick or treating to Friday, November 1st.

  • The Chandler Oaks neighborhood will postpone trick-or-treating until Friday night.

  • Old Friendly Acres Trick-Or-Treat Moved: The Old Friendly hills community in Greensboro will reschedule its trick-or-treating until Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm.

  • Adams Farm Trick-or-Treating moved: The Adams Farm community in Greensboro says they'll hold trick-or-treating on  Friday, November 1st. 

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