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Halloween events in Texoma

Monsters on Main is October 31 in downtown Denison. (KTEN/File) Monsters on Main is October 31 in downtown Denison. (KTEN/File)

Area cities and organizations are hosting events Tuesday night focusing on fun and safety. Cities are listed alphabetically; click the underlined links for additional information.


The Ada Area Emergency Responders are sponsoring the Halloween Safe House at the Pontotoc County Agri-Plex, 1801 North Broadway, in Ada. The event runs from 6 to 8:30 p.m.


Merchants will be passing out Halloween treats at Bonham Square from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.


The annual Monsters on Main celebration takes over downtown Denison starting at 5:30 p.m. Officials are expecting thousands of kids to line Main Street for trick-or-treating, and there will also be a costume contest for all ages.

"It's so much fun to look at the kids and their costumes," said Denison Main Street director Donna Dow. "You may be talking to a really good friend behind that mask and you would never know it!"

The costume contest will start at 7 p.m. at Heritage Park.  Admission is free.


Durant Main Street hosts Trick-or-Treat on Durant Main Street Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Local business and organizations will be passing out candy between 1st and 4th streets. And there's a costume contest on the Market Square stage at 6 o'clock.


Gainesville police still plan on holding their annual Halloween candy giveaway. Officers will be handing out treats from 6 to 8 p.m. In case of rain, they'll set up a canopy behind their patrol vehicle in the east parking lot of the police station. Drivers just have to pull up and roll down their windows to get their treats.


The Madill Police Department invites youngsters to a trick-or-treat event in the old laser tag parking lot at 1 West Burney Street. The fun starts at 6 p.m. Tuesday


The Sherman Police Department hosts its annual Fright Fest on Tuesday evening, a tradition for 17 years. It gives children a safe place to trick-or-treat.

Even though there's a chance of rain, the event will still be outside at the Municipal Grounds across from Bearcat Stadium. Admission is free.

"We haven't made a call yet," said Sherman police spokesman Sgt. D.M. Hampton. "From what I see, it's going to be scattered showers, so we're just going to kind of -- no pun intended -- 'weather' through it."

Fright Fest usually brings in anywhere from 1,500 hundred to 3,000 trick-or-treaters.

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