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For many families who don’t live in neighborhoods where there is traditional trick or treating, there is a wide variety of festivals and events that allow the kids to dress up in their costumes and celebrate Halloween.
Beginning on Sunday, October 27 at 5pm is the annual “Trunk or Treat” in the parking lot of First Christian Church, located at 780 N.E. 20th Street.
The “Fall Festival” at East Paris Baptist Church will be held on Wednesday, October 30th from 6 – 8pm. This is a community-wide event for all ages and there will be candy, prizes, and games.
First Baptist Church in downtown Paris, located at 207 South Church Street, is also hosting a Fall Festival on Wednesday, October 30th from 6 – 8pm.
On Thursday, October 31st (Halloween Night) downtown businesses will be staying open late for the annual “Trick or Treat Downtown.” Little ones can trick or treat around the historic square in downtown Paris from 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM.
Also on Halloween night, the PCT Haunted Theatre will be open from 5:30-9:30pm. Admission is $3 per person or buy a ‘fast pass’ for $10 – available at downtown retailers, 50% of fast pass purchase price goes to Paris Downtown Association.
From one mommy to another,
Jenny Wilson is a mother of three. She teaches a Mommy & Me class at Central Presbyterian Day School, serves on the Board of Directors of the Paris Community Theatre and the Children’s Advocacy Center, the Parent Association Boards at Aikin Elementary and Paris Jr. High, and is a trustee on the Paris ISD School Board. She is also a Sunday school teacher at Holy Cross Episcopal Church. Ms. Wilson is a certified yoga instructor.