The skies cleared up in time to allow thousands of goblins, ghosts, superheroes, zombies and more to descend upon the Drum Point Sports Complex for Brick Township’s Annual Trunk or Treat on October 21.
“This is one of our favorite events of the year,” said Mayor John Ducey. “We look forward to seeing great costumes and incredible car decorations and we are never disappointed. This year’s was the best yet and I want to thank everyone who came out and Trunk or Treat such a success.”
The Trunk or Treat featured over 80 vehicles that were decorated by residents and local businesses. Each vehicle handed out treats. Unlike in past years, the vehicles were lined up on a soccer field as opposed to a parking lot. This created a safer, more orderly Trunk or Treat line, a change that was applauded by many in attendance.
In addition to the Trunk or Treat, there was a costume parade and a hayride. Brick Elks Lodge #2151 was on hand providing free hot dogs to attendees and Twin County Soccer were giving out free pretzels and hot chocolate.