Trick-Or-Treat? It's Up to You

A lot of parents are probably wondering whether the annual neighborhood pilgrimage is still on? The answer is simple:


Trick-or-treat is not a town sponsored or managed event, therefore residents must make their own decision about whether to participate.

"I don’t see any reason to be concerned about trick or treating. There is not a lot of debris to worry about.  Again, parents will have to make that decision," Durham First Selectman Laura Francis said in an email to Patch.

It begs the question, are you planning to take the kids trick-or-treating Wednesday night?

Christina Dreyfus October 30, 2012 at 11:46 PM
It's still on for us! Hope to see lots of kids out there tomorrow.
Nunya Zness October 31, 2012 at 03:03 AM
Please come, kiddies. I love seeing all the cute costumes. And if you don't come, we'll end up eating all that candy ourselves!


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