Halloween events planned at River Park Oct. 31

Town of Shenandoah

~ PVN staff report

SHENANDOAH, Oct. 11 — At last week’s meeting, members of the Shenandoah Council heard plans for the Town’s upcoming Halloween events planned for Monday, Oct. 31.

Shenandoah’s Halloween Costume Parade kicks things off at 4 p.m. at the Shenandoah Landing and River Park. Town Clerk Lora Jenkins informed the Council that her photo of last year’s parade made the cover of Shenandoah Valley Monthly magazine. The River Park is located at 315 Morrison Road.

While at the River Park, the Massanutten Regional Library in Shenandoah will host story time at 4:15 p.m., with the costume parade beginning at 4:30 p.m. Bikes, wagons and strollers are welcome for the parade, along with walkers.

After the parade, free hot dogs, drinks and candy will be available while supplies last. The Little Red Snack Shack will be selling food and giving out free hotdogs, and Poppy’s Coffee Camper will be selling coffee and will have hot chocolate. There will also be a Fall scene for pictures.

Trick-or-treating will be observed by the Town on Monday, October 31 with a curfew of 10 p.m.

For more information call Town Hall at (540) 652-8164.

In other business at its Oct. 11 meeting, the Shenandoah Council took the following actions:

• Presented Nathaniel Brewer with an appreciation award for his Eagle Scout Project — a 12 x 20 picnic shelter at the Shenandoah Landing and River Park, completed in September. A ceremony will be held later when the Scout dedicates the picnic shelter to the Town.

• Acknowledged Keith and Kate Short of 610 Eighth Street for receiving the October 2022 Community Enhancement Award. Council was prepared to make the presentation, but the recipients were unable to attend. A plaque will be sent to them.

• Unanimously approved two reappointments — Arthur “Todd” Stroupe for another four-year term on the Shenandoah Planning Commission ending Nov. 8, 2026; and Nancy Karnes for another four-year term on the Industrial Development Authority ending Nov. 13, 2026.

• Received the September 2022 Town of Shenandoah Museum and Welcome Center attendance record and donations for review, including 90 visitors and $213. Exterior painting at the museum will be completed this week.

• Authorized the cancellation of the second Town Council meetings in November and December fixed in perpetuity.

Shenandoah news briefs taken from notes provided by the Town Clerk.



Saturday, Oct. 22

Guest Speaker Jill Propst will be at the Town of Shenandoah Museum and Welcome Center at 1:30 p.m. to discuss her topic: “Settled and Unsettled on the Shenandoah National Park.” Ms. Propst will speak for 30 to 45 minutes and have a 15 minute period for questions. This event is hosted by the Shenandoah River Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Town of Shenandoah. The Town of Shenandoah Museum and Welcome Center is located at 507 First Street.

• 6 p.m. Race Night Shenandoah Speedway, 301 Precision Road. Late Models, Sportsman, Legends, U-Cars, and Bando will be racing.

For more information visit townofshenandoah.com



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