(CMR) The homeowner's association for Webster's Estate off Walker's Road has decided that to remain compliant with the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions they will have to cancel their annual October 31 Halloween festivities.
The community has hosted the extremely popular event for over 20 years and last year attracted around 6,000 trick or treaters. However, Cayman remains at level 2 minimal suppression which has a cap of no more than 250 people at a gathering. Unfortunately, they are not able to accommodate the kids and parents while adhering to the legal requirements.
The event has grown tremendously over the years with homeowners participating with elaborate decorations, an endless about of candy and even block parties. The location is popular for kids from all over the island and the RCIPS usually officers some assistance with traffic and safety patrols.
Several homeowners spoke to CMR and expressed their disappointment at the cancellation of the event but shared that hopefully next year will be bigger and better.
There have been no other formal announcements for other popular Halloween hotspots at this time.