LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- All that rain in the forecast has cities throughout Kentuckiana moving their Halloween festivities.
The city of Louisville said they don't set Halloween hours so they won't be changing trick or treat times, but that’s not the case for others.
Safety is replacing the calendar when it comes to when Halloween will be celebrated this year. It was clear at the Bass Pro Shop in Clarksville Tuesday night as families filed into the store to collect candy.
But other parents across the region are frustrated and confused. Some towns are holding hours early, some later, some even delaying trick or treating until the weekend.
Click here for a list of changes and indoor sites for trick or treating. If you don’t see your town on the list, contact local officials.