The Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce has canceled the 2020 Parade of Frights. The chamber said it does not have the resources available to monitor the social distancing required to ensure that the event remains in compliance with state mandates.
“We are as disappointed by this as all of you, but we must do our part to help Riverside County be as safe as possible and able to fully open for business,” said the chamber. “We are in ‘mourning’ over the news of Parade of Frights, but keep a close eye on social media, something ghostly is coming.”
The Parade of Frights is a fright-free, family event held in the Canyon Lake Towne Center. The event features costume contests, carnival games, a costume parade, and children trick-or-treating at the businesses in the Towne Center.
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