Seaman,Peebles,CherryFork,West Union,Lynx, and Winchester : October 30th: 6:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
Manchester : October 31st 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Follow these simple tips to keep little ghouls and goblins out of harm’s way on Halloween.
Never trick-or-treat alone. Walk with a group or trusted adult.
Walk from house to house, and look both ways before crossing the street. Don’t run, and use side-walks and crosswalks wherever possible.
Put reflective tape on your costume or treat bag to make sure drivers can see you in the dark, and carry a flashlight with you.
Examine all of your treats to make sure they are safe and sealed before eating them.
Don’t wear loose costumes or shoes that may cause you to trip, and use nontoxic makeup instead of a mask to make sure you can see clearly.
Make sure costume accessories such as swords or knives are short, soft and flexible.
Don’t approach dark houses when trick-or- treat- ing, and never go inside a stranger’s house.
Don’t approach pets while wearing a Halloween costume. They may not recognize you.
Providehealthieroptionsfortrick-or-treaterslike low-calorie or low-sugar treats or nonedible items likestickers,erasers,pencilsor small toys.
Keep candlelit pumpkins and luminaries away fromwalkwaysanddoorsteps,andneverleavethem unattended.
Slowdownandbe on the lookout for trick-or- treaters whendriving.
Neverletkidstrick-or-treatalone.Go with them if they are under age 12, and make sure older children are with a group of trusted friends. Go over the planned trick-or-treat route with your child, and be sure to set a curfew.
Makesureyourporchandwalkwayarewell-lit, andmoveanypotentialtrippinghazardsoutof the path of trick-or-treaters.
Keep family pets away from trick-or-treaters, even if they are friendly.
Limittheamountof candy your kids eat each day, andencouragethemto give away excess candy.