The place to be in Waterown on Saturday night was the Commander’s Mansion for the Lil’ Monstah Joyride.
Hundreds of cars filled with kids cruised by the Halloween themed displays put on by the Commander’s Mansion, the Recreation Department, the Watertown Fire Department, School of Rock and Watertown Savings.
Tammy McKenna, facility manager at the Commander’s Mansion, said that more than 600 pumpkin totes with candy inside were handed out during the two hour event.
The Recreation Department and the Commander’s Mansion hosted drive-through event in place of the Lil’ Monstah Mash, which could not be held due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Commander’s Mansion sent out the following Thank You:
With all the uncertainty that has surrounded us this year with the pandemic, it was heartwarming to see all of us come together and team up for another fabulous Halloween community event.
Thanks to all of your contributions the lil’ Monstah Joyride was an epic success – almost 600 pumpkin totes were distributed!
Nothing embodies the spirit of Watertown like it’s employees joining forces to benefit the community!
THANK YOU (in alphabetical order)
- Cool City Entertainment
- Natalie Nigito Watanabe Photography
- School of Rock Watertown & Natick
- The Home Depot Watertown
- Watertown Department of Public Works
- Watertown Fire Department
- Watertown Police Department
- Watertown Recreation Department
- Watertown Savings Bank