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Trick-or-Treat Street set for Oct. 26 at GHS

October 10, 2013—The Guilderland High School Classes of 2014 and 2015 are sponsoring the annual Trick-or-Treat Street on Saturday, October 26 from 4 to 7:30 p.m. at GHS. The event, which is open to children of all ages, will feature trick-or-treating throughout the school building as well as a magic show, carnival with games and prizes, haunted house, sing-a-longs, story telling, live entertainment, raffles, refreshments, and a lot more!

Due to an overwhelming response last year, a tip sheet has been designed to help make your experience at Trick-or-Treat Street a positive and memorable one! Download the event flyer (PDF) and the Trick or Treat Street parent tip sheet (PDF) Please note: There are two entrances to Trick or Treat Street: one at the main entrance in front of school and one by the West Gym in back of school.

Admission to Trick-or-Treat Street is $5.00 per child (adults are free) and includes a game card for prizes, candy, and all entertainment for the evening. Visitors to Trick-or-Treat Street may also have individual or group portraits taken that night for an additional charge.

In addition to the Halloween fun, event organizers will also once again be collecting Ipod donations for Alzheimers patients at the Teresian House.

For more information on the event, please contact Class of 2014 co-advisor Ann Marie McManus.

 

 

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