‘Trunk or Treat’ set to be bigger


Get your costumes ready, dress warm, and bring your appetite for treats!
The fourth-annual “Trunk or Treat” is set to go tomorrow from 5-7 p.m. at the parking lot of the Fort Frances Public Library.
Youngsters are urged to drop by and get treats from participants who will have their vehicles “tricked out” in a spooky fashion.
Library CEO Caroline Goulding said as of this morning, 26 vehicles have registered to participate–a jump over last year’s 15 or so.
Registered vehicles can start to show up as early as 3 p.m.
“I am very excited for tomorrow’s event,” Goulding enthused. “We’ve got an amazing number of ‘trunks’ signed up.
“This year will be even bigger than last year.
“The public should definitely come on out and have fun trick-or-treating at the library,” she added.
Goulding noted they will have cloth bags that will be handed out at the event for kids to use trick-or-treating.
“Trunk or Treat” also will include activities such as a booth to take Hallowe’en family photos, a costume fashion show, obstacle course, and limbo.