It's where people ride through town on Halloween dressed in costumes bringing a friendly scare to senior citizens and trick or treaters in the area.
It started 15 years ago when a few of the riders visited a woman dying from cancer.
Town Manager Tom Goullette said "Families are waiting for us now with video cameras and everything else... It's become a causal annual event. It's a lot of fun and we do it to just cheer people up and have fun with it."
The ride starts at 4 p.m. starting at the town office and will go until 5:30 p.m.