Get out the Costumes, Trick-or-Treating is On Tonight

Trick-or-Treating will go on in Westminster despite the chaos caused by Hurricane Sandy.

Tuesday evening's Halloween parade was cancelled but city officials confirm that trick-or-treating activities will go on Wednesday evening in Westminster as planned.

Trick-or-treaters should go to homes with a porch light on between the hours of 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. 

Prepare for chilly trick-or-treating weather. According to the National Weather Service (NWS), Wednesday will be cloudy with a high of 53 degrees and Wednesday night will be cloudy with a low around 39 degrees. 

Don't forget to enter Patch's "Best Halloween Costume in America" contest for a chance to win $5,000. Last year a New Jersey boy won the contest, this year it could be you. 

Click here to see how to enter (just upload your photos!) and read the contest rules. 

Be sure to share your photos and video with Patch. There's nothing Patchier than mini zombies and Mitt Romney look alikes. 

See also:

  • What to Know about Trick-or-Treating in Westminster
  • Enter to Win Patch’s Best Halloween Costume in America Contest
  • Keep Kids Safe and In Sight on Halloween
  • Most Popular Halloween Outfits of 2012
  • Safe Trick or Treating? There's An App For That
  • Halloween Fun in Carroll County
  • Haunted Carroll County: Have You Seen Any of Carroll's Ghosts?
  • Hallo-Green? Top 5 Tips for Making Halloween a Bit Greener


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