LA VISTA, Neb. (KMTV) — Instead of a scary Halloween, the City of La Vista offered a "merry one."
Sunday afternoon at city hall, La Vista offered its Halloween Safe Night. To keep the event COVID-safe, it was a drive-thru event where staff offered bags of candy and popcorn.
Superheroes and princesses greeted the families. City staff members hope families find joy.
"I hope it brings a lot of smiles as you can see we get lines of cars going through here, we'll probably give out over 1200, 1300 bags of candy, so we have a lot of people going through and everybody's just smiling and happy to be here," said David Karlson, the Assistant Director of La Vista Parks & Recreation Department.
At the end of November, the city will host a Christmas tree lighting with a visit from Santa Claus.