BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you’re a parent, it may seem like Halloween has been going on for a week. Schools throughout the area held “trick or trunk”-type events last Friday and over the weekend, making this one of the longest Halloween seasons seemingly ever. It all culminates tomorrow night with trick or treating. While a complete list of every community event and HOA happening is somewhat impossible, we will update this post with the latest information as we receive it. Please email Halloween information to news (at) bocanewsnow.com.
1. Boca Raton’s Town Center Mall will be holding its annual indoor trick-or-treat celebration from 5:30p until 7pm throughout the mall. Family photos will be taken from 5pm until 8pm near Guest Services.
2. The library in West Boca (US 441 north of Yamato Road) will hold a “scary story session” from 3:30p until 4:15p. This is geared for kids K through 2.
3. Area Dentists — including Maria Castaneda at 16850 Jog Road — are offering a “candy buy back” after Halloween. Call 561-499-1788.
Have a Halloween happening to share? Email us: news(at)bocanewsnow.com.
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