The list of closings, cancellations and postponements continue due to the uncertainties centered around the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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The latest cancellation comes courtesy of the 73rd annual Ocean City Halloween Parade which was originally scheduled to take place on Thursday, October 29th as reported by the website OCNJ Daily.

The Exchange Club of Ocean City called off the annual Halloween event to stay within Governor Murphy's strict guidelines concerning mass gatherings. Hundreds of people show up to watch and participate in costume to Ocean City's premiere Halloween parade.

The organizers of the parade are looking to come back even stronger for the 2021 version of the Ocean City Halloween Parade.

I have so many fond memories of marching down Asbury Avenue with my boys when they were small. They always looked forward to this fun annual Halloween event. Ocean City is still awaiting safety guidelines for their annual safe-trick-or-treat event for the family.

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