PediaPlex is hosting a free Halloween event for children and their families on Thursday, October 27, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The PediaPlex facility will have festive decorations, games to play, prizes to win, vendors offering food, and more. Children will have the opportunity to trick-or-treat through the facility in their costumes collecting allergy-approved and gluten-free candy and treats. It will be safe, fun-filled evening of celebration for children with special needs as well as their families. The event is being sponsored by Target, Sam’s Club, Costco, Starbucks, and Nothing Bundt Cakes. Families are encouraged to dress up in their favorite costumes and stop by the facility to trick-or-treat, play games, and have a bite to eat. Don’t miss out! We hope to see you there!
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