North Richland HillsMedical City North Hills invites the community to attend the second annual Spooktacular Halloween celebration on Saturday, Oct. 29 from noon – 2:00 p.m.

Hundreds of families joined Medical City North Hills for this free celebration last year. The Halloween drive-through event enables guests to remain in their vehicles while trick-or-treating at themed booths set up by hospital colleagues and local partners. The event will also feature a costume contest for the kids, a DJ, a quick photo booth opportunity, vehicles from the North Richland Hills Fire and Police Departments, and a hospital unit pumpkin decorating contest where the public will vote for their favorite. 

“Medical City North Hills looks forwarding to seeing the community at this fun Halloween event,” says Mark Deno, CEO of Medical City North Hills, “We want the community to experience firsthand the compassionate, connected care our colleagues provide every day at work extends far outside the walls of our hospital.”

Spooktacular is hosted during daylight hours, free from traffic and other potential nighttime hazards that may be present during traditional door-to-door trick-or-treating. The drive-through will begin near the outpatient surgery entrance on the hospital’s west side. The entrance and exit points will be accessible from Rodger Line Road. 

This event is sponsored in part by the Hurst Euless Bedford Chamber of Commerce and the Northeast Tarrant Chamber of Commerce.