Organizing A Halloween Trunk N’ Treat Party In 9 Easy Steps
Are you planning an alternative Trunk’n Treat Halloween celebration for kids and families this year?
For neighborhoods that aren’t conducive to sidewalk trick and treating, Trunk’n Treat parties are a safe, fun alternative to Halloween.
I found a great article on WikiHow that provided good tips for planning this type of celebration and thought that I would add my two cents and share it with you.
Families join together to host a small mim-carnival now known as Trunk’n Treat celebrations. This is an easy way to create an alternative activity for this year’s Halloween.
Adults organize and prepare booths that children can walk around to, play games, and receive prizes/candy.
You can easily organize this effort by following these 9 steps:
1. Find a venue that will hold your anticipated crowd. For instance is there lighting, parking and wide lanes to walk.
2. Recruit friends and volunteers to help with parking and setting up booths and overseeing group activities.
3. Determine what type of games will work the best – i.e. bean bag games, art projects, face painting etc.
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