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Free Petes Not-So-Scary Halloween Event Brings Halloween to You on October 31

Halloween is not cancelled! In fact, it just got a little more fun.

The Peterborough Petes are inviting residents of the City of Peterborough to register for a free Halloween event to take place on Saturday, October 31.

The Petes will be driving a “tricked out” Halloween Truck courtesy of Merrett Home Hardware all across the city on Halloween, and fans can pre-register to have the fun tricks and treats delivered directly to their street by Roger the Mascot and the #TrickOrPetes crew, who will be pumping the best Halloween music, offering giveaways to fans, and providing some much-needed (physically distanced) fun.

To pre-register for this free Halloween event, visit www.gopetesgo.com/Halloween or click here and fill out the form before October 23, 2020 at 11:59pm. The week leading up to Halloween, the Petes will announce the Halloween Drive-By map, and will share approximate times that fans can expect to see Roger and the Halloween Truck.

When the Petes drive by, fans can interact with the team, take selfies, and participate in some fun activations. Roger hopes to see fans in their Halloween costumes.

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Times and locations are flexible and will be announced before October 31. Participants will be able to still trick-or-treat, host their own events, or attend other special Halloween happenings.

Due to logistical limitations, the Petes can’t guarantee that they will be able to visit everyone who signs up, so be sure to register early as the Halloween Drive-By Map will be created on a first-come, first-served basis.

Peterborough Petes Season Ticket Members and Return to Play Flex Pack holders will receive priority access tickets for the 2020-21 season, which is planned to begin on December 1, 2020. All ticket packages can be purchased by emailing the Petes or by calling the Petes Office at 705-743-3681.

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