Port Huron, MI — The Port Huron Parks and Recreation Department has published their Fall 2020 Guide. After a successful summer full of adjusted and modified programs, they are ready to ring in autumn with a full roster of socially distant recreation.
One of the biggest events is the first ever Fall Edition of Walk Michigan. The routes are provided and walkers have one week to complete each walk. Walkers need to register online to get the routes.
The Halloween Stroll is on the schedule this year, but with a new twist. After many years of being held at Sanborn Park, the Halloween Stroll will be held in Downtown Port Huron for 2020. Trick or treating stations will be set up alongside a “Touch a Truck” event. The event will be held on Halloween, October 31st, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and registration is required. Social distancing regulations will be enforced.
Looking ahead to Christmas, the Rec. Department is planning to illuminate Pine Grove Park with Christmas Decorations this year and is looking for businesses to sponsor spots in the park.
There are also family classes and events both online and outdoors. Full details can be found at porthuronrec.com.
Reporting for WGRT – Jennie McClelland