Looking for some Halloween fun for the whole family?
East Trenton Collaborative and the East Trenton Committee recently announced that they will be hosting their second annual East Trenton Halloween event. The fall festivities, located at the East Trenton Center (601 N Clinton Ave.), will begin at 2 pm on Sunday, October 30th. Attendees can look forward to a haunted house, trunk or treat, and much more.
The day’s festivities will happen from 2 pm to 5 pm, where guests will be able to partake in a variety of fall fun. The East Trenton Center will be transformed into a haunted house, where families will be thrilled with frights at every turn. After the haunted house, attendees can look forward to a variety of other autumnal activities. Whether you’re looking for a scare or just some good old-fashioned fun, this event is sure to have something for everyone.
And what’s Halloween without some candy? From 3 pm to 8 pm, participants will also be invited to participate in a Trunk or Treat on Lawrence St. near George Page Park. At a Trunk or Treat, community members transform their cars into a Halloween spectacle, and children are invited to go from vehicle to vehicle, gathering candy along the way.
With haunts, sweets, and plenty of other Halloween treats, East Trenton Collaborative hopes to offer community members a safe, fun environment to celebrate the holiday with their neighbors and friends.
East Trenton Collaborative is a community organizing and development initiative based in the East Trenton neighborhood in the North Ward. The organization’s mission is to facilitate meaningful community conversations and inspire neighbors to take action, making East Trenton a place all residents are proud to call home.
If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please reach out to Caitlin Fair at email@example.com or Trish Lee at 609-851-8748.