Boo

London, KY

#1 Oct 23, 2011
What are the night/s and times for trick or treating in Pulaski county, Somerset and Science Hill this year? I can not find it anywhere.
meeeee

Irvine, KY

#2 Oct 23, 2011
lex says it's oct 30, which i thought was fishy considering somerset is the bible belt the christians anit gonna let that fly..and then someone commented that it isn't the 30th but the 31st and science hill's is the 30th. go to lex18.com and type halloween in the search box.
umm

Middlesboro, KY

#3 Oct 23, 2011
Halloween is on the 31st. Christians can't dictate every aspect of our life including which days to celebrate a holiday. This is the 21st century. If they don't like it preach a sermon on it and get over it. Its a double standard when their holidays are allowed to stand but Halloween is changed because it has been stereotyped through the years when its just for kids. All Christmas is anymore is getting presents and eating. Why not change that to better serve the financial market. Change one change them all.
meeeee

Irvine, KY

#4 Oct 24, 2011
yea i know that..i was just saying in the past when halloween falls on a sunday somerset has always changed it...so lex18 is reporting that their trick or treating night will be oct 30...which is a sunday..and i was just sayin i belive the person that left a comment on their website saying it's the 31st cause i kno somerset wouldnt let it be on a sunday lol.
Halloween times

Sheridan, AR

#5 Oct 24, 2011
I just saw this on the Commonwealth Journal Somerset, Ky. The City of Science Hill will hold trick-or-treating hours on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 6-8 p.m., in order to coordinate with several area church activities. Trick-or-treating in Somerset and Burnside will be Monday, Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m., and the county's trick-or-treating hours will be from 6-9 p.m. on the 31st.

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#6 Oct 24, 2011
I like tricking better than treating.
Just Me Miss T

Big Creek, KY

#7 Oct 27, 2011
Ya know you people need to quit bashing us christians.Halloween is on Monday Oct 31st.I have never known trick or treating being on a Sunday.Also most churches hand out candy so they have no problem with halloween

“"General Cb Stubblefield"”

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"The Beast from the East"

#8 Oct 27, 2011
Halloween is FuN!
yeap

Middlesboro, KY

#9 Oct 28, 2011
Just Me Miss T wrote:
Ya know you people need to quit bashing us christians.Halloween is on Monday Oct 31st.I have never known trick or treating being on a Sunday.Also most churches hand out candy so they have no problem with halloween
um it was last year. And if you knew how days rotate on a Calender you would know that

“"General Cb Stubblefield"”

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#10 Oct 28, 2011
Next year it will be on Tuesday, so on and so forth.
To you

Somerset, KY

#11 Oct 28, 2011
yeap wrote:
<quoted text>um it was last year. And if you knew how days rotate on a Calender you would know that
NO....It was not "last year", Halloween has NEVER had trick-or-treating NIGHT on a Sunday for Pulaski/Burnside/ScienceHill!
YES, the holiday falls on a Sunday with a rotating calendar, of course! Surley you dont think people are to ignorant to see that, it falls on a Sunday? Geshhhhh!!
Halloween will be CELEBRATED~~~~> as in Trick-or-Treating night,as follows:
Commonwealth Journal Somerset, Ky. The City of Science Hill will hold trick-or-treating hours on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 6-8 p.m., in order to coordinate with several area church activities. Trick-or-treating in Somerset and Burnside will be Monday, Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m., and the county's trick-or-treating hours will be from 6-9 p.m. on the 31st
Just Me Miss T

Big Creek, KY

#12 Oct 30, 2011
yeap wrote:
<quoted text>um it was last year. And if you knew how days rotate on a Calender you would know that
Ummm there is no need to be rude,and they did NOT have trick or treating on Sunday last year.
happengo

Somerset, KY

#13 Oct 30, 2011
Will they be having the square shindig for Halloween like they did last year??
Just Me Miss T

Big Creek, KY

#14 Oct 30, 2011
I don't know.
Oh the Irony

Bulan, KY

#15 Oct 31, 2011
umm wrote:
Halloween is on the 31st. Christians can't dictate every aspect of our life including which days to celebrate a holiday. This is the 21st century. If they don't like it preach a sermon on it and get over it. Its a double standard when their holidays are allowed to stand but Halloween is changed because it has been stereotyped through the years when its just for kids. All Christmas is anymore is getting presents and eating. Why not change that to better serve the financial market. Change one change them all.
Well said.

Christmas is on a Sunday this year, so any suggestions on what day to change it to?

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#16 Oct 31, 2011
happengo wrote:
Will they be having the square shindig for Halloween like they did last year??
Maybe - Or another Zombie Walk , or was it a Zombie Stagger ?-

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