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Long Beach resident compiles online map of Halloween events, stops

By Lindy Sholes

Castine Pointe

Long Beach resident Quentin Denney has compiled a map featuring some of the best stops in town for families during spooky season. Residents, businesses, churches and organizations have contacted Denney to be included on the map, which can be viewed on Google Maps with the search “Long Beach Trick R Treat 2021.” The map features events, special treats and spooky spots, and it may be updated frequently, even on Halloween night. The map is expected to draw families from neighboring towns, so those wishing to have a home or event featured are encouraged to contact Quentin Denney on Facebook.

Some of the features listed so far include the following:

October 24: Trunk or Treat at 5:30 p.m., hosted by First United Methodist Church Long Beach and The Well at the 208 Pine Street parking lot.

October 30: Nightmare on Jeff Davis at 2 p.m. at the Town Green, featuring food, fun, games, a costume contest, a haunted house, and Jeep-o-Treat. Proceeds will benefit the Carnival Association of Long Beach.

October 31: Drive Thru Trick-or-Treat at Beach Winds and Travel Events, featuring treat bags for kids and hot chocolate, apple cider, or coffee for parents.

Some of the home highlights include:

• The annual graveyard at Dewitt Manor on Pineville.

• Books as treats at Ashley Court Manor.

• Full-size candy bar bags with a toy surprise at Bertolette Manor.

• A fog machine, scarecrows and holograms at Hanson Manor, near Winn Dixie.

• “Teal pumpkin” treats, dog treats and baby-appropriate treats at Bishop Manor. “Teal pumpkin” treats are for those with allergies to traditional Halloween handouts.

• Treat bags, skeleton scenes, animatronics, spooky lights, fog and sounds at Castine Pointe.

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