Should I start things off stating the obvious? Nobody knows what Halloween is going to look like this year. But we do know that SOME things will be going on throughout the Treasure Valley and everyone is going to have a decision to make on WHAT to do.

I've never been a HUGE halloween fan myself- but this year in particular, where I feel like we don't even know what day it is anymore, I've failed to even realize how close we are to the holiday!

Over the lsat couple of weeks, nightlife in downtown Boise has really been picking up and from the places I have observed, it seems like people have really stepped up their mask responsibility. It's so important if we want to keep these places open. Now, after yesterday's press conference from Governor Brad Little--things are even MORE up in the air for Idaho.

With group size limits and bars and nightclubs restricted to "seating only" statewide, things are going to look very different.

That isn't stopping some bars, like StrangeLove who will be adapting by placing tables on the dance floor --this is where I'll be hosting for Halloween. As they shared on Facebook:

A Halloween night of tricks, treats, and drinks is coming up fast! Grab your boo, your crew, a costume and come out for great drink specials and awesome prizes!⁣⁣⁣⁣

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POWER HOUR is from 8-10 pm, which means no cover and $3 drink specials on beer,

44° North Vodka

, and well liquors!⁣⁣⁣ After 10 pm the cover is only $10!⁣

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Don't miss our annual costume contest with a $300 1st place prize and $200 for 2nd place!⁣⁣⁣⁣
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Limited seating is available and going fast, reserve your tables today by calling or texting⁣⁣ Yeime at (208) 283-6597.⁣⁣
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Don’t forget to ask about our special Bottle Service package!⁣⁣⁣
We'll also be a part of a pretty awesome Trunk-Or-Treat at Kliener Park in Meridian on Saturday morning from 8:30 a.m. until Noon!
Do you plan to stay in this halloween due to COVID-19 or will you be venturing out?