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👻 Trick or Treat 🎃

Date: Sunday, October 27, 2019
Time: 3:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
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Canton's City Wide Trick-or-Treat!

In Canton, Ohio, 'Trick or Treat' is being observed on Sunday, October 27th, 2019. It starts at 3:00 p.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m., 'Trick-or-Treating' is only permitted between those times.

Trick or Treat 2019, October 27th from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Trick-or-Treating Tips:

  • Youth should be supervised by an adult.
  • Select a door-to-door route which is familiar.
  • Only go to houses that are lit,
    homeowners that are not to participating will not have their outdoor lights on.
  • Wear light-colored clothing.
  • Make sure that masks or costumes do not obstruct vision.
  • Wear reflective tape and/or carry a flashlight when trick-or-treating near dusk.
  • Examine all treats carefully.
  • Trick-or-treat in groups.
  • Obey all traffic laws.
  • Motorists should drive with extreme caution.
  • Be sure to walk only on sidewalks (where available). Walking in the street or on private property could result in personal injury or property damage.
  • If walking in the street, walk on the left side of the street facing traffic. This will help to avoid potential injuries caused by motorists who do not see pedestrians as evening approaches .
  • Wear a watch and obey the city's time constraints. Trick-or-treating takes place from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. only - visiting homes during non-approved times puts children at risk.
  • If a child's costume contains a prop, make sure it is flexible. Stumbling or falling into a rigid prop (like a plastic sword, staff, or other hard object) could result in serious injury.

Homeowners are asked to secure their pets away from children and keep open flames (candles, decorations, etc.) away from areas where children can access them. While pets often enjoy the excitement that comes from frequent visitors during Halloween, homeowners run the risk of an accidental bite or other injury if a pet becomes scared.

Have fun and be safe (Safety Tips from the CDC)!