Anderson Speedway to Host Howl-O-Ween- Pet Costume Parade, Trunk or Treat, Kid's Costume Parade on Saturday‏

On Saturday, October 26, Anderson Speedway will host the Howl-O-Ween Pet Costume Parade, a benefit for the Madison County Humane Society.

As their entry fee, participants are asked to bring blankets, bags of cat/dog food, kitty litter, pet toys, pet treats, supplies or a monetary donation. Registration begins at 11 with the pet costume walk around the track starting at noon lasting until 1:45.Trophies will be given in the following pet costume categories: cutest, scariest, most creative and best pet and owner duo costume. Pet adoptions from the Madison County Humane Society will be available.

There will be other fun activities, like a photo booth, that pets and their owners can participate in. All fur babies with leashes are welcome.

Anderson Speedway will also be collecting blankets, bags of cat/dog food, kitty litter, pet toys, pet treats and supplies during Saturday evening’s race. Everyone who donates an item, will receive $2 off their ticket. Tickets for October 26’s Triple 100 are $12 for adults. Gates open at 2pm with a special race time of 5:00.

Also on Saturday, Anderson Speedway’s Front Wheel Oval Drivers will host a Trunk or Treat after qualifications. The drivers will have their cars on display, hand out candy, sign autographs and take photos.

Afterwards, all children dressed in costume will parade around the track where parents and fans can take photos and cheer them on. All children 14 and under are invited to participate. There will be other kid fun activities like a photo booth and pumpkin painting. Gates for race night open at 2, the Trunk or Treat starts at approximately 4:00 with the kids’ costume parade following right after and a special race time at 5pm. Don’t miss all the spook-tacular family fun events this Saturday at Anderson Speedway!