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Trick or Treat at Safety Town / Oct. 15, 2022

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Above and Below / With fond memories of McGruff and youngsters ready for fun at the Naperville Junior Woman’s Club Trick or Treat at Safety Town, families with young children can look forward to the return of the event from 10AM to 1PM on Sat., Oct. 15, 2022. (PN File Photos 2011)

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The Naperville Junior Woman’s Club will host its annual Safety Town Trick or Treat and Food Collection for Loaves & Fishes from 10AM to 1PM on Sat., Oct. 15.

“Learn PUMPKINS safe trick or treat tips, and trick or treat on the town!” emailed Denise Petty for Naperville Junior Women’s Club, adding that costumes are encouraged and youngsters are asked to bring a bag “to put all your goodies in!”

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Petty continued, “We will have activity stations and many local businesses handing out toys, coupons, stickers, candy and more!”

Safety Town Trick or Treat is a family event designed for children ages 3-12. Younger children are welcome to join us as well. 

(Naperville Junior Woman’s Club members will do their best to encourage allergy-friendly treats; however, some treats may contain nuts. Parents are asked to be aware if your child has severe allergies.)

Admission is $10 per family at the door to benefit Safety Town. Also bring a nonperishable donation for Loaves & Fishes Community Services. Thank you.

Safety Town is located on the campus of the Naperville Public Safety Center, 1320 Aurora Avenue at River Road. A sidewalk surrounds the exterior of Safety Town that leads to the entrance of the Trick or Treat event. Additional parking is available at the church across River Road.

For more details or sponsorship info, visit https://napervillejuniors.org/trick-or-treat.

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