The Board of Directors of the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Chamber is once again organizing a Pumpkin Trail, an afternoon of trick-or-treating in the downtown business district.
The Pumpkin Trail will take place (as always) on Halloween — Sunday, October 31. In the past the Pumpkin Trail took place from 3 to 5 p.m. when Halloween fell on a weekday. This year, Halloween falls on a Sunday and since some stores close early, the hours have been adjusted to 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
“This is a great Halloween tradition and the business-district members of the Chamber of Commerce are thrilled to welcome trick-or-treaters to Sag Harbor for a fun-filled Halloween afternoon,” Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce President Gavin Menu said.
The Chamber will not move forward with its Ragamuffin Parade this year due to the ongoing health pandemic, especially since the event has traditionally attracted children from across the region into crowded quarters along Main Street.