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As with so much of 2020, things are just a bit upside-down so, as we approach one of children's (and many adults) favorite holiday, Halloween, again, things will be a bit different! But let's not let our upside-down crazy world stop us from having a grand time of it anyway!

There are still a few things to do:

Gresham Station is doing a contactless Trick or Treat, Saturday, October 31st from 11am-3pm. This family-friendly event is FREE and filled with fun activities. Trick or Treat stations with individually bagged candies, pumpkin carver demonstration, hot chocolate and hot cider cart and a virtual costume contest to win gift cards to your favorite Gresham Station retailer. All precautions taken to ensure everyone's safety. Please go to "Trick or Treat at Gresham Station" Facebook page for more info.

Then, drive on over to Gresham Ford where we will be having a "Drive Thru Trunk or Treat", Saturday, October 31st from 3pm-5pm! The Mt Hood Mustangs & Fords Car Club will be here with their amazing vehicles, trunks open with pre-packaged goodie bags to give out as you drive through our dealership! Loads of fun! I'm sure there'll be costumes to see and lots and lots of "Treats" as well! All precautions will be taken to ensure everyone's safety. Please visit our Gresham Ford Facebook page or call Amy at 503-665-0101 for more details.

And then, if you're still up for more fun, Pathway Church, at both of their campuses in Gresham 3848 NE Division St and Boring at 15150 SE Orient will be hosting another "Truck or Treat" in their parking lots, Saturday, October 31st from 5:30-7:30pm. Please call 503-667-1515 for more details!

So, you see! Still lots of fun and treats to be had for all ages! So, don that costume and get out there and enjoy! We look forward to seeing all your costumes through your car windows!


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