Sunset Social | Social Distanced Halloween Celebration

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Sunset Social  | Social Distanced Halloween Celebration

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Philadelphia, PASunset Socially Distanced for the 2020 - Sunset Social, dubbed Sunset Socially Distanced for the 2020 season, is hosting a socially distanced Halloween celebration for kids and adults on their 1.2-acre, open-air, CIRA Green rooftop. Free and entirely open to the public, Sunset Social is utilizing their space to provide a semblance of Halloween to the local West Philly Community and beyond.

Sunset Socially Distanced for 2020

Kids, adults, and families are invited to the rooftop from noon to 3 PM on Saturday, October 31, to enjoy family-friendly Halloween movies. Hocus Pocus and Scooby-Doo on the most massive screen in all of PA. Plus pumpkin painting, candy (DUH!), and costume contests for both kids and adults. Adults win dinner for two at Walnut Street Cafe, while kids take home a larger-than-life stuffed animal and more candy than they could have scored in the neighborhood.

Of course, Sunset Social will be whipping up some seasonal treats for the day. Kids can enjoy warming hot chocolate and hot cider. In contrast, adults (21 and up) can enjoy Sunset’s boozy alternatives: Moscow Spiked Hot Chocolate and Caramel Apple Spiked Cider and Pumpkin Spiked Latte. All of this in addition to Sunset’s playful menu favorites, including the Philly Cheesesteak burger, A Really Long Hot Dog, and more.

Sweater Weather Philly

Northern Liberties is one of over 100 businesses participating in the new regional campaign called Sweater Weather Philly. Monster Mash is just one of dozens of events that are still taking place this fall but in a new way with health and safety at the forefront of all activities. All events and businesses must agree to social distancing, following local and state guidelines, and to require masks. This new idea launches October 1, 2020, and encourages diners, shoppers, and adventurers to get outside and support restaurants, retails, neighborhoods, and attractions at fall in Philly arrives with cooler temperatures.

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