Superstorm Sandy forced several towns to postpone trick or treating, especially in Fairfield, which was particularly hard hit.
Now, because of the Nor'easter in the forecast for Wednesday, Fairfield is asking residents to celebrate Halloween on Saturday, Nov. 10.
The police, fire and town departments will hold a Trunk or Treat from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the north parking lot of the downtown railroad station. All are welcome.
The Chamber of Commerce has canceled Safety Street.
Nineteen roads remain blocked by trees and downed wires in Fairfield, according to town officials.
Fairfield schools will reopen on Wednesday, according to First Selectman Tetreau.
Milford Mayor Ben Blake has also asked parents to postpone trick or treating once again. The Mayor is concerned about the impending Nor'easter, and is asking residents to wait until Friday, Nov. 9 to celebrate Halloween.