Pumpkin Patch Trick-or-Treat
at Community Center field
Saturday, October 19

More volunteer treat stations are needed.  Can you help?

Posted: October 11, 2013

      Tailgate stalls are prepared prior to the start of an earlier Newberry Springs children's Pumpkin Patch event.

Calling all "Halloween Spirited" families.
Approximately 6:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. at the Newberry Springs community park.
30884 Newberry Rd., Newberry Springs
(South end of Newberry Road.)

Bring the kids to Trick-or-Treat.  Free admission.

This annual event is held in order to provide a safe,
controlled environment for elementary school children to Trick-or-Treat.

      Newberry Springs residents and businesses are encouraged assist by setting up a treat station; with good weather, plan on approximately 200 children.  Treat Station check-in begins at 5:30 P.M. near the bleachers and must be in place by 6 P.M. and must have a lit pumpkin.  Decorations are preferred.

      First, Second, and Third place ribbons are awarded to the best decorated "Treat Station" in 3 categories:

  • Covered Booth - Decorated tent, easy-up, motorhome or framework.
  • Treat Table - Open decorated table (small or large).
  • Trunk Treats - Park on the south side of the ball field (Trunk-n-Treat Lane), back-up to the grass and serve treats out of your decorated trunk.  Quick and easy!

      Get as elaborate as you want; wear costumes, play spooky music, play a game for treats, or just make it simple, it's the treats that are important.

      Registered booths are down this year.  Parents bringing kids are encouraged to bring a table and participate in distributing treats.

      For those participating in the candy distribution, please register by October 16th to be eligible for the judging.

      For further information or to register, contact Kris Watson at: (760) 257-3435 between 6-8 P.M.

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