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Taking the Fright Out of Halloween: Preparing for a Fun Night

Taking the Fright Out of Halloween: Preparing for a Fun Night

Taking the Fright Out of Halloween: Preparing for a Fun Night

Halloween can be an exciting time for your kids to dress up in their favorite costume and go trick-or-treating with friends and family. It’s a night where they get to yell, laugh, be silly, and have fun. However, it’s also important that they are staying safe. This applies to everything from what they’re wearing to where they’re going and how they’re getting there. As you’re making your plans for Halloween, be thinking about safety as well and how you can be more proactive:

 

Don’t forget that your neighborhood isn’t the only place your child can have Halloween fun. PediaPlex will be holding a free, spooktacular Halloween trick-or-treat event on Thursday, October 27 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. There will be allergy-approved and gluten-free snacks and treats for children and lots of fun to be had!

Leave a comment and let us know what other Halloween safety tips you follow!

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