About 500 costumed children in 200 cars rode through Town of Farragut’s Freaky Friday Drive-Thru-Boo event, which started in front of Farragut Community Center and meandered along Jamestowne Boulevard Friday evening, Oct. 30.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Freaky Friday event was a drive-through event with vendors ready to give out treats to the children, whose parents had either placed a bag on their rear-view mirror or opened the trunk of their vehicles.
“It’s a good attendance,” said Brittany Spencer, Farragut Special Events and Program coordinator. “The weather is perfect. Everyone looks great in their costumes.”
“Hopefully, it brought joy to the kids for Halloween,” she said.
“Everyone I talked to was really excited,” Spencer added. “We’re really excited to do this for the community.”