REGISTRATION OPEN: It’s the Great Pumpkin Question: What Will Halloween Look Like this Year? Webinar
With summer quickly drawing to a close, and with little but a month to go until the ghosts and goblins start hitting doorsteps looking for tricks or treats, there are many who are now wondering how COVID-19 will impact Halloween.
Trick or treating may be seen as a medium-risk activity since it largely takes place outdoors but wearing a frightening face mask and practicing social distancing will still play key roles to an enjoyable Halloween.
Join Sophia Johnson, Health Officer Specialist, and Matthew Cahillane, Program Manager, with the Bureau of Public Health Protection, Division of Public Health Services, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, who will review additional safety measures following public health guidance for “Fairs and Festivals” and “Fall Road Races” as well as Halloween-specific recommendations and considerations. NHMA’s Municipal Services Counsel, Natch Greyes, will offer some legal guidance and practical advice for cities and towns looking to develop their own trick or treating procedures.
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DETAILS
To ensure that as many NHMA members can attend this webinar “live” as possible, NHMA has switch platforms from our Go-to-Webinar platform to Microsoft’s Teams meeting platform. As such, if you registered earlier you will not be receiving an email confirmation from Go-to-Webinar containing a link to join us for this webinar.
Instead, please join us via the link below. There is no registration page. Simply join us via the link below at noon on September 30 for this webinar. Please replace any calendar reminder you may already have with the information provided below.
Conference ID: 738 930 486#
Please feel free to share the above information with other municipal officials in your city or town.
Thank you for your understanding and we’ll “see” you on Wednesday, September 30th!