When is Halloween Celebrated in Burlington?
The City doesn't provide a specific time for trick-or-treating on Halloween, but does offer events around town that are sure to provide some family fun!
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MAC Closed Until Further Notice
Mayor Wall Chosen as President of the North Carolina League of Municipalities
Mayor Wall took the helm on October 13th after taking an oath of office administered by City Clerk Renee Ward.
Fall is a great time to get outside with family and friends. Check out the great line-up of events scheduled this fall. For a complete list of things happening in Burlington, visit our calendar.
Fri, Oct. 24 - Sun, Oct. 26
Sun, Oct. 26
Spooktacular Movie Night
Fri, Oct. 31
Alamance Christian School
Fri, Oct. 31
Sat, Nov. 1 - Sun, Nov. 2
City Park Amusement Rides Open Halloween Weekend
Sat, Nov. 1
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Fire Prevention Month
Come on out to "Dark in the Park" on Saturday, October 25th from 5pm-9pm at City Park. Enjoy the fireworks show at 8pm! Learn more
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