Welcome to Halloween!
Halloween Activities in Palmyra Welcome Your Donations and Support for Next Year!
About the Palmyra Halloween Parade Committee
The Halloween Parade Committee is a small group of volunteers who work together to fundraise, plan, and implement the annual Halloween parade among other activities. While we are open to new ideas, volunteers to create and implement events (new or old) are always needed! The group is not responsible for trick-or-treating decisions in Palmyra, NJ.
Questions? Volunteer? Email firstname.lastname@example.org by August 2022.
DRIVE-BY HALLOWEEN PARADE | COMPLETED
For the children’s safety, our COVID-safe mini-parade continued from last year and started on SAT. OCT. 30, 2021 around 6:30 PM for around 2.5 hours. During this event, you could visit our facebook page @palmyrahalloweenparade to get live status updates. Many thanks to the Palmyra Police, Palmyra Fire Department volunteers, LED theatrics, and glow riders from 7Textures for making it possible! We hope to bring back the traditional Broad St. parade activities in 2022.
Click on the map below to zoom in/out. The line in orange is the route.
SCARECROW CONTEST | COMPLETED
Click here to see contest rules. We had 11 judges who rated each scarecrow from 1 (not creative/original) to 5 (very creative/original). The scarecrows had a range of total average scores from 2.55 to 4.36 out of 5 maximum points. The top 3 winners, who will each receive a $50 gift certificate to The Fresh Produce store that was generously donated by Mayor Gina Tait, are:
“PEOPLE’s CHOICE” SCARECROWS
Additionally, folks were able to vote for their favorite scarecrow for the “People’s Choice” title online at https://forms.gle/AcDM17WTLvF61yf36 until Sun. Nov. 7th.
SORRY, NO HOUSE DECORATING CONTEST THIS YEAR.
FROM OUR FRIENDS AT THE PALMYRA IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION:
All cars had to have a family friendly theme, decorate their trunk accordingly, and hand out candy to all attendees. Ghouls and goblins of their own could trick-or-treat for free! For those without a trunk, there was a $3 per child admission fee to the PIA to help support their activities that benefit the community. RAIN DATE: OCT. 23, 2021
BUG & CRITTER COUNT CONTEST | COMPLETED
If you can count them up correctly, you’re in for a big prize! Print your sheet or stop in Top Notch Spot or Jeny’s Java to pick a printed copy and get counting! Winner will be announced November 2nd.