Fall Fun, Tricks, Treats, and Louisville Pure Tap®!

Halloween 2023While it’s up in the air if fall is really here to stay, judging by the weather, one thing is certain- fall festivities and Halloween fun waits for no one!

The Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve hosted a haunted hike which included a fairytale trail, inflatables, a hay village, and face painting.

Louisville Pure Tap® kept the family hydrated on the first day of October, but they also handed out treats to the kids with stickers, bookmarks, and Taptoos (Tapper tattoos).

More than 300 people visited the Crescent Hill Reservoir and Gatehouse for the final Walking Wednesday of the season and a special fall open house. Guests learned about Louisville Water’s history on a walking tour and enjoyed fall snacks, giveaways, and learning activities.

Kid in costume with LWT bookHalloween in Highview Park drew a crowd of more than 3,000 people. Louisville Water joined forces with the Addie & Baylor Kirchgessner Foundation, offering Pure Tap, free books, and bookmarks to attendees. No surprise here, Louisville Water’s favorite book was Tapper’s Big Adventure: Where’s the Water?, which you can purchase for your little pumpkins and goblins.

The Smoketown Family Wellness Center hosted a community celebration with a mix of fun and information on health services.

Louisville Water served ice-cold Pure Tap which benefits physical and mental health, provided reusable bottles, and handed out candy to trick-or-treaters. Everyone’s favorite mascot, Tapper, joined the fun too. Marshall from Paw Patrol even invited him for a playdate!

You can bet Tapper’s going to need a nap after all these parties. On October 22, He helped entertain a large crowd at UofL’s Trunk or Treat at L&N Stadium.

Tapper with kids in costume

Trunk-or-treaters filled their bags with candy, Taptoos, and reusable Pure Tap bottles.

For the adults, Louisville Water educated them about leaks and gave them a yellow tag to mark their main shutoff valve. As Community Relations Specialist Barbara Crow told them, “Nothing is scarier than not knowing how to turn off your water during an emergency!” If you do not have your own shutoff tag, you can ask for one at Louisville Water’s customer service window where you pay your bill.

Louisville Water wishes all of you a safe, fun Halloween! If you’re indulging in a few treats yourself, remind the kiddos to practice healthy habits by brushing their teeth with toothpaste and Pure Tap.