Abba's House To Host Halloween Alternative Event Saturday

Monday, October 26, 2020

Abba’s House in Hixson will provide a fun and safe alternative to trick or treating by hosting a drive through Trunk or Treat on Halloween from 6-8:30 p.m.  

Families are invited to enter at the Northpoint Boulevard entrance to drive through decorated trunks and receive individually wrapped candy without leaving the car.

To make things as safe as possible, all volunteers will be wearing masks and those handing out candy will also be wearing gloves.

The first 1,000 cars on campus will receive a free bag of Kettle Corn from Choo Choo Kettle Corn. Please note, it will not be able to accommodate vehicles larger than a 16 passenger van.

Everyone who drives through will be eligible to win prizes such as: Walmart- $100 Gift Card, Ruby Falls- Family of 4 pass, Creative Discovery Museum- Family of 4 pass, Lupi’s Pizza Pies- $20 Gift Card, Biba’s- $10 Gift Card, Old Chicago- 1 free pizza a month for a year + a merchandise prize pack.

Abba’s House is at 5208 Hixson Pike, just north of Northgate Mall.  All traffic for this event should enter from the Northpoint Boulevard entrance.  Visit abbashouse.com for more information.


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