Spooky safe fun with Trunk-or-Treat will be hosted by the Paradise Pines Property Owners Association (POA), the Magalia Community Park, and the Magalia Baptist Church on Skyway from 4 to 7 p.m. A Halloween Carnival at the Red Lion Pizza will follow.
What is Trunk-or-Treat? Trunk-or-Treat is an organized alternative to the house-to-house trick-or-treating tradition associated with Halloween. Adult volunteer witches and goblins will park their cars in a designated parking area, pop the trunks of their decorated vehicles, and hand out candy to costumed trick or treaters.
Where do I take my kiddos to Trunk-or-Treat? Trunk or-Treat vehicles will be waiting for trick-or-treaters in the POA parking area (next to the tennis courts where parents may park and escort their ghosts and goblins from car to car), the Magalia Baptist Church, and the parking lot across from the Magalia Community Park Center.
Volunteers Needed: If you love Halloween and would like to join in the fun, please show up at the POA parking lot between 3-3:30 pm to decorate your vehicle and hand out candy to trick or treaters. There’s plenty of space. You may register your vehicle by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
There's More spooky fun on Oct 29th at the Halloween Carnival in the parking lot of Red Lion Pizza on the Skyway in Magalia.