Wednesday, August 27, 2014
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Nether Providence "moves" Halloween to Saturday

Look what Chris Christie started by postponing Halloween on account of Sandy. Nether Providence Township in Delaware County says it has decided to "move" Halloween trick-or-treating to Saturday

Nether Providence "moves" Halloween to Saturday

Look what Chris Christie started by postponing Halloween until Monday on account of Sandy ...

Nether Providence Township in Delaware County says it has decided to "move" Halloween trick-or-treating to Saturday. A statement on its website reads: "This event has been postponed for the safety of the children of the community. There are still a number of downed trees and power lines, power outages, and road closures, as well as storm debris cleanup taking place throughout the Township. Your family’s cooperation is greatly appreciated."

I don't know where the government got all this power to move holidays around, but I do know that there are now at least three Halloweens on my radar.

Check back later to see if Beau Biden tries to squeeze in a fourth Halloween in Delaware on Friday or Sunday.

Update: Some Bucks County towns have moved Halloween to next Wednesday. So many Halloweens ...

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