GRAND VALLEY POWER HOSTING
REIMAGINED GLOW HALLOWEEN EVENT
GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. – (October 27, 2020) --- Grand Valley Power is hosting a free event called Glow Halloween, which focuses on safety and community-wide fun on October 29 and 30. The event is at 845 22 Road, Grand Junction, Colorado, at Grand Valley Power’s main headquarters, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day.
During the event, GVP will hand out prepacked grab-n-go bags that include glow sticks, Halloween coloring sheets, a spooky Halloween checklist that includes activities to do at-home, mini craft kit and of course, treats! GVP also has launched a curbside pickup for the grab-n-go bags. Guests can text “GLOWGVP” to (970) 299-9009 once they arrive to the office for a curbside experience.
“There are going to be members of our community who will stay indoors, and there will also be those that prefer to take their festivities outside. We’re providing our grab-n-go bags to provide safe and fun activities for both,” said Christmas Wharton, Communications Manager at Grand Valley Power, “Our first priority is the safety of our workforce and of the general public. With event approval and recommendations from Mesa County Public Health we’ve taken our normal setup and have reimagined this into a creative and safety focused approach to celebrate Halloween.”
Normally, GVP provides a table full of glow sticks, coloring sheets, cupcakes and fun activity books where kids and adults of all ages can select what they want. This year’s changes include a curbside pickup and prepacked grab-n-go bags filled with activities and treats that you can enjoy indoors this year, as well as glow sticks for those who may consider outdoor activities during the evening.
All items will be prepacked by GVP employees who have taken the recommended procedures such as sanitizing their hands and screenings before packing items into the bags. In addition, GVP will be implementing the following during the event:
- Extending day and time of event to limit crowds or gathering of people,
- Removal of all items that multiple hands touch or can reach into including candy bowls,
- Individual serving size cookies, candies and bag items,
- Clearly marked floor decals for social distancing of six feet,
- Increased ventilation with propped doors when possible,
- Marked entry and exit points,
- Hand sanitizer and mask station,
- Employees will have a health screening prior to working and be wearing costumes with masks and gloves for duration of event.
As a reminder, please do not enter our lobby if you feel sick or have been recently exposed to COVID-19. We ask that you utilize our curbside pickup instead.
For additional information about the event, visit gvp.org/hometown-partnerships.