Fall is such a fun and festive time of year. During this season, there are so many opportunities to spend quality time with our family, friends, and neighbors and to make a difference in our community. Check out these five family-friendly Halloween events in our community where you can experience fun, get some yummy treats, and show love to our neighbors.
Family-Friendly Halloween Events in Our Community
Trunk or Treat in Plano
Chase Oaks Church Legacy Campus in Plano, Texas, will host their 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 26, from 6:00-8:00 pm. It will take place in the Legacy Campus 281 West Parking Lot. There will be rows of decorated cars with fun games and yummy treats that will keep the kids busy all night!
Also, there will be fun music and free hot dogs. Family-friendly costumes are encouraged but not required. This is a free event open to the community. No registration is required. All you have to do is show up and be ready to have some fun! And don’t forget bags to put all of your special treats in!
There is also an opportunity to serve at this event by decorating your car and handing out candy for the kids! This is a great way to love our community and bring the fun to this festive season. You can do this with your family, friends, neighbors, or LifeGroup. If you are interested in serving at this family-friendly Halloween event, sign up online.
Halloween Skate in Allen
This season, get ready for Halloween at Allen Community Ice Rink’s Halloween Skate. On Saturday, October 26, from 11:45 am-1:45 pm, the Allen Community Ice Rink at the Allen Event Center will host a Halloween Skate. There will be candy, drawings, and more!
The entry cost is $5 per person and $3 for each skate rental. However, those who wear their costumes will enjoy a free skate rental. This event is open to all ages. Your family won’t want to miss this family-friendly Halloween event!
Trick or Treat Trail in McKinney
The City of McKinney is hosting their Trick or Treat Trail on Saturday, October 26, from 4:30-7:00 pm, at Towne Lake Park. It will be a spooky good time as local businesses and organizations hand out candy and other special treats. There will also be costume contests, crafts, music, and a kid zone with inflatables and rides. Food truck vendors will be onsite selling concessions.
At dusk, the family fun will continue with an outdoor showing of a Halloween movie at the Community Center. Trick-or-treaters of all ages and their families are invited to this free community-wide event.
Although the event is free, the city is asking for participants to register for this event. You can register online today! They are still accepting Trick or Treat Trail booth applications. For more information about creating a spooktacular booth for this event, contact April Butler at 972.547.2682 or [email protected].
Boo on Ballard in Wylie
On Thursday, October 24, from 6:00-8:00 pm, the Wylie Downtown Merchants Association and the City of Wylie are joining forces to host a trick-or-treat event in historic downtown Wylie on Ballard Avenue.
Boo on Ballard is a safe, family-friendly Halloween event that families can enjoy as they walk through the decorated downtown area and get special treats. The streets in downtown Wylie are transformed into a Halloween wonderland, featuring trick-or-treating, live music, and carnival games.
This event is free and open to the community. Get the kids ready and drive or walk to Ballard Avenue. It will be a great night to connect with others in the community.
Trunk or Treat in Richardson
Chase Oaks Richardson Campus will host their first ever Trunk or Treat on Wednesday, October 30, from 6:45-8:15 pm. They’re inviting the Richardson community to experience a night of family fun, free candy, friendly faces, and fun costumes! There will be decorated cars with yummy treats and carnival games for the kids to play. Family-friendly costumes are encouraged but not required.
The entire event is free and open to the community. No registration is required. Just show up and get ready to experience a fun night with your family. And don’t forget the bag for all of the treats!
If you are looking to make a difference this season, this event is a great opportunity to love on the surrounding community. The Richardson Campus needs help with providing decorated trunks and fun carnival games for families in the area. You can decorate a trunk or set up a station with fun games with your family, friends, neighbors, or LifeGroup. To serve the community at this family-friendly Halloween event, sign up online.
This is such a fun and festive season! Enjoy these events with your family and friends. These are also great opportunities for you to invite your neighbors to join you at these family-friendly Halloween events.
For other family-friendly fall events, check out Family Fall Events Happening at Chase Oaks and Local Community Pumpkin Patches That Make a Difference. Stay tuned to our blog and follow us on Facebook to learn more about other family-friendly events throughout the holiday season!