The ghosts and goblins, and likely new imaginative ways to scare the living daylights out you, will be on tap at events on either end of the county.
Ghosts on the Coast
The annual Port St. Joe staple will begin at 5:30 p.m. ET as it also does with a costume contest for all ages at City Commons Park adjacent to City Hall..
There will be three age divisions, ages 0-3, ages 4-6 and ages 7-10 along with two other categories: Family or Groups and Pets.
There also remain plenty of spots in front of unoccupied storefronts for businesses or organizations that wish to set-up a table.
When the costume contest is over, and the prize ribbons handed out, the old paper mill fire whistle located at City Commons will sound the signal for trick-and-treating up and down Reid Ave.
Anyone wishing to make a donation for the trick-or-treating is asked to drop your donation at City Hall.
The city of Wewahitchka is adhering closely to tradition, also, gathering at the Volunteer Fire Department Station on 2nd Avenue for two hours of fun between the fire department and North Florida Child Development facility.
Trick-or-treating will be 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. CT.