Rain or shine? Several towns move Halloween celebrations due to expected rain

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A number of towns across New Jersey are moving their Halloween celebrations due to the expected rain on Thursday.

North Plainfield has moved its trick-or-treating to Friday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

South Plainfield has added Saturday as an additional trick-or-treating day. Residents can still trick-or-treat Thursday if they want to though.

 

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Roxbury Township in Morris County and Mantua Township in Gloucester County are also postponing trick-or-treating to Friday.

Hammonton in Atlantic County has moved it to Wednesday night.

 

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