Trunk or Treat
7th ANNUAL TRUNK OR TREAT! Calling all friendly ghosts, goblins, princesses and superheroes (and their families)!
It’s time for SPS’ Trunk or Treat!
Where: St. Paul School Parking Lot
When: Friday, October 25th, 6:30-8:00 pm
Who: SPS families and St. Paul Parish Families with children age 10 or under.
Trunk or Treat is a fun twist on Halloween fun. People gather and park their cars in a parking lot, open their trunks, or the backs of their vehicles, and decorate them. Then they pass out candy from their trunks. Instead of going house to house, our little trick or treaters go car to car! The event provides a safe family environment for our SPS students and guests.
Trunk or Treat is becoming a great part of the SPS tradition. Last year hundreds of St. Paul community members attended and were entertained by a DJ, games, contests and more. We’d love to see you all there again this year!
And, as always, the more people involved, the better this event will be. You can be one of a set number of cars that will park and decorate* and be a spot on the trick or treat trail, or you can help with a game or simply donate candy! Plus, you will earn volunteers credit for your time or donation. Lastly, if you have a canned or dry good to donate, there will be a collection as you enter. This is optional, of course!
We are asking for a $1 or more donation for the Luca John Foundation charity from each family that attends this year's event.
We request all cars taking part in the festivities arrive as close to 6:00 as possible in order to have time to decorate and prepare prior to the event.
If you have any questions regarding this event please contact Kathleen Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you and Happy Halloween!
*When it comes to decorating your vehicle there are the obvious choices: you can use pumpkins, scarecrows, spider webbing, brooms, bats, cauldrons, etc....if you Google Trunk or Treat, you will get a lot of fun ideas The sky is the limit, but let’s not make them too spooky for the littlest ones! Less gore and scare, more fun, please!