With the City of Anniston encouraging trick-or-treating this year, Halloween at Glenwood Terrace is a go! The streets of Glenwood Terrace will once again be transformed into Alabama’s biggest Halloween street party. Halloween At Glenwood Terrace features numerous houses going all out and decorating for the big Halloween night, plus many houses also give out trick-or-treat candy.
2020 has been a crazy year, has it? And with the COVID-19 pandemic requiring us to wear masks in public places, why not put on a mask and a costume and come out to Halloween at Glenwood Terrace 2020! Glenwood Terrace will be closed off to vehicular traffic and the streets will be filled with the ghosts, goblins, and the other cool Halloween costumes worn by kids and adults! Thousands from all over the region make it a required stop during Halloween trick-or-treating!
On Saturday, October 31 from 4-9 pm, that’s right Halloween is on a Saturday this year, you can walk and roam up and down Glenwood Terrace in your best Halloween costumes and stop by the houses participating in this Halloween event for the candy. The fun will last along Glenwood Terrace until around 8-9 pm. Come out early, because Glenwood Terrace, and many surrounding streets, are closed down to traffic beginning at 4:00 pm. And that includes Glenwood Terrace, Highland Avenue, and the intersecting streets, parking will become a challenge!
Glenwood Terrace will be blocked off to all vehicle traffic, and police will walk up and down the street for everyone’s safety. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the headless horseman roaming up and down the street.
Halloween At Glenwood Terrace also has the famous haunted horseman who walks up and down the street haunting the people who are out at this event. You might see a guy missing his head on horseback roaming up and down the street! Weather permitting, you can find the haunted horseman from the start of the event until dusk.
Masks will be encouraged at this event and social distancing will be encouraged while in the lines for the trick-or-treat candy. Please be safe and smart so everyone can enjoy this annual event!
Glenwood Terrace is easily accessible off of Highland Ave. in East Anniston. Just turn onto East 10th Street off of Quintard Ave, and drive to the third traffic light on top of a hill past RMC, and turn right! You can park on any street around Glenwood Terrace but no vehicles will be allowed on Glenwood Terrace during trick-or-treating. The entire thing is free! And you will get to enjoy kids and adults dressed up in their best Halloween costumes. Great ready, trick-or-treating is coming Saturday, October 31!