Safe Halloween

Many cities are now offering Safe Halloween Trick or Treating, where local businesses open their doors to little ghosts and goblins on or near Halloween. These can be great alternatives for families with wee little ones that might get scared walking around neighborhoods that are all decked out with scary Halloween decorations. you can also find many Truck or Treats happening around town. These are also lots of fun, open to the public and put on by area churches. Do you know of a Safe Halloween event happening in your city?

In Plymouth, Thursday October 28th 5:30 to 7:30p It's the Great Pumpkin Caper. This annual event brings parents and their children downtown to trick-or-treat at the local businesses. Other events include a costume contest at Kellogg Park, as well as a pet costume contest. Kellogg Park, S Main St & W Ann Arbor Trl, Plymouth, MI 48170. For more information phone 734 453-1540
In Ann Arbor, the annual Downtown Ann Arbor Treat Parade is Friday October 29th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This event is sponsored by the Main Street Area Association. Families are encouraged to come in costume and receive treats from area businesses flying black and orange balloons. The event takes place in businesses along Main, Liberty, Fourth, and Washington Streets. For more information call 734-668-7112.

At your local YMCA on October 29th from 6-8pm. Admission is just a canned good for a local food bank. There will be candy, games, costume contests, prizes, haunted hallway, swimming, trunk or treat, and more! Bring the whole family and your neighbors too. The YMCA provides a safe, fun environment for whole families to enjoy the Halloween experience while minimizing some of the risks commonly associated with this unique holiday.

In Taylor , "Safe Halloween" is scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, October 31, at Taylor's Heritage Park, 12111 Pardee Road. The event is free for children 12 and under. Children can trick-or-treat in a safe environment, collecting candy from costumed staff members of the City of Taylor Department of Golf, Parks and Recreation. For more information, call (734) 374-3906.

Be sure to check your city to see if they are particpating in a "Safe Halloween" event!

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