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Sept. 20, 2023

Community partners key to successful Super Spooky Saturday

Johnson City Parks and Recreation will host Super Spooky Saturday on Saturday, Oct. 28 from 4-7 p.m. The event will take place at Freedom Hall Civic Center, 1320 Pactolas Road, on the practice fields adjacent to Freedom Hall pool.

“This event is wildly popular with thousands of children and their families enjoying candy and games,” said Promotions and Events Coordinator Tayler Dixon. “This is an excellent opportunity for area businesses to support the community while receiving the benefits of advertising to a large crowd. Their participation is key to Super Spooky Saturday success.”

Local businesses and organizations are invited to decorate a booth and hand out candy to an estimated 5,000 attendees as they walk through a Treat Trail. Parks and Recreation will present an award to the best decorated booth at the end of the evening to the partner who goes above and beyond. Tables, tents and enough candy for thousands of excited trick-or-treaters will need to be provided by participating businesses and organizations.

Games, crafts, inflatables, a pumpkin patch and a costume contest are all a part of the day’s festivities. Admission is free for all ages.

For more information on how your business or organization can participate, call 423.283.5827 or visit