After all this time I've finally come to accept the existence of the “fun-size” candy bar. I don't like it, it does not fill me up, but now, I accept it. The quest for you young trick or treaters --- GET MORE Candy!! With that in mind, it's time for the ever popular candy grab!

Rule #1 - Always trick or treat in a neighborhood you are familiar with!

Here is a list of trick or treating tips for your family.

  • Wear comfortable shoes
  • Plan a Route in Advance
  • Don't wear dark costumes, drivers cannot see you crossing the street
  • Make sure costumes don’t drag on the ground
  • Carry a flashlight
  • Only carry flexible props
  • Wear something with a reflector on it.
  • Go out before dark-especially for little ones. The big kids tend to flood the streets later at night making it hard for little ones to trick or treat.
  • Never go into a strangers house, even if they ask you to come in while they go and get some candy.
  • Throw away all homemade or unwrapped treats.
  • When walking down the street, have the adult walk closest to the road, and the children closest to the houses.
  • Do not run ahead of the adults-its very easy for children to get carried away and accidentally run into the road.
  • Do not pet strange animals while trick or treating.
  • Do not eat candy as you go.
  • Always be nice, even when people do not have any candy to give out.
  • Do not knock on doors where the lights are off.