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Trick or Treat on Town Square

Jackson's Most Highly-Anticipated Costume Contest!

This year's contest will take place on Instagram for everyone to participate. Thanks to our sponsors, we have acquired our biggest and best grand prizes EVER!!!

To participate:
1. Follow @jhchamber on Instagram
2. Post a picture of your costume and tag us
3. Tell us your category: 0-12, 13-18, 18+, or family

Entries are accepted now until end-of-day on November 1, 2020. Winners will be announced on Monday, Novemebr 2.

One grand prize winner will be selected for each category. Winners receive HUGE grand prizes from our generous sponsors:


Teton Toys
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Snow King Mountain Resort
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Visit MADE online
Off-Square Italian
Cafe Genevieve
More on Genevieve
And more!


Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce Cancels “Trick-Or-Treat on Town Square” for Community Safety

JACKSON, WY – In keeping with CDC recommendations and community guidelines, The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce has officially called off the traditional Trick-or-Treat on Town Square, originally scheduled to take place on Saturday, October 31.

“It’s always a difficult decision to cancel events that our community has come to expect and love, but it’s much more important that we do our part in keeping our community safe,” says Director of Events, Britney Magleby. The decision comes after recent announcements from St. John’s and Public Health that Jackson has returned to “red” stages of the pandemic and strong recommendations that everyone do their part to limit the spread of the disease.

“We continue to look for ways to engage our community while encouraging everyone to play a role community safety,” Magleby continues. The Chamber will be safely donating Halloween candy to local elementary schools who will be celebrating the holiday individually in accordance with existing safety operations. Businesses wanting to be involved can also choose to donate candy or money directly to the Teton County Education Foundation. For more information, contact

The ever-popular costume contest will keep tradition and competition alive! The Chamber will encourage costume photo submissions via social media and will pick winners on Halloween Day, October 31. The competition will be more encompassing, and the prizes more sought-after, than ever before! Follow “jhchamber” on Instagram for more information to come.

Contact Communications Manager, Andi Gollwitzer, at with additional questions.