Halloween is just around the corner! It's time to dress up your little ones as ghosts or goblins, princesses or witches, superheroes or monsters! Be sure to mark your calendar with the Trick-Or-Treating hours for the Quad Cities!

On Tuesday, October 25th, head to the Prescott Public Library (215 East Goodwin Street) for Trick-or-Treat for Little Ones. For children ages, 0 to 5, enjoy a morning of songs and stories, followed by trick or treating throughout the library. Be sure to wear your costume! The event takes place between 10:00 am and 10:30 am.

 

Check out the Sixth Annual Safe Trick-or-Treat at the Prescott Valley Event Center (3201 North Main Street) from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Halloween. This free event has more than 35 local businesses and organizations handing out candy to trick or treaters.  

 

The Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary (1403 Heritage Park Road) in Prescott hosts their annual Boo at the Zoo on Monday, October 31st. Show up in your costume from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm and enjoy trick or treating at different stations around the park. Admission to this event is $4 for members and $6 for non-members.

 

On Monday, October 31st head over to Chino Valley for Trick or Treating in Memory Park (1020 Palomino Road). This annual event will take place from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Stock up on candy and allergy-free treats along with countless other activities, such as live entertainment, a Halloween maze, and scary stories.

 

Neighborhood trick-or-treating throughout the Quad Cities will take place on Monday, October 31st, starting in the early evening.

 

It's important to make sure that everyone stays safe this Halloween! Follow these great safety tips during trick-or-treating:

 

  1. All trick-or-treaters should walk in groups and not alone.
  2. Young children should always be accompanied by their parents or another adult.
  3. If you are going to be out after dark, make sure that everyone is visible in your group. Be sure to carry a flashlight. Wear light-colored costumes or add reflective tape generously to costumes.
  4. Costumes should fit properly to avoid any tripping hazards. Costumes should also not restrict vision.
  5. Only walk while trick-or-treating. Stay on sidewalks whenever possible and only cross streets at designated crosswalks or intersections. Leave bicycles or skateboards at home.
  6. Review with your children the importance of watching for traffic. If you are a motorist on Halloween night, be on the lookout for children.
  7. Examine all of your children's candy before letting them eat any. Only keep candy that is wrapped or packaged.

 

 

 

Joe Karcie wishes everyone a very Happy and Safe Halloween!!!

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701


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