North Richland HillsMedical City North Hills is inviting the public to its first Spooktacular celebration on Saturday, October 30 from noon – 2:00pm.

The free, pandemic-friendly Halloween drive-through event enables guests to remain in their vehicles and trick-or-treat at themed booths set up by hospital colleagues. 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 Department and a hospital unit pumpkin decorating contest where the public gets to pick their favorite.

The event 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.

“We care for our community in many ways, even outside our hospital walls,” says Mark Deno, CEO of Medical City North Hills. “Spooktacular provides a fun, safe Halloween event for families to enjoy while also providing a respite for hospital colleagues who have been working tirelessly during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.”

The drive-through will begin near the outpatient surgery entrance, located on the west side of the hospital. The entrance and exit points will be accesible 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.