Trunk or Treat

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Event# 480-358-3700

Event Details

Come enjoy Queen Creek's safe and unique way to trick-or-treat at the annual Trunk or Treat, 6-9 pm. Trunk or Treat provides families safe Halloween fun in a festival atmosphere. Children trick-or-treat by going from car trunk to car trunk on "Trunk or Treat Street" to get their bags filled with goodies.

This year's event will feature performances from well-known magician and illusionist Craig Davis and amazing educational and interactive science experiments from Mad Science. The event will also include spooky stories, Trunk-or-Treating, candy art, dog costume contest, carved pumpkin contest, costume parade, carnival games, fun house, inflatable attractions, frightening food, and much more!

This year's "spooktacular" highlights include:

* Trunk or Treating
* Little Goblin Zone (ages 4 and under)
* Stage Entertainment
* Ghoul Stroll Costume Parade (Schedule)
* Howl'oween Canine Costume Contest (Entry Form)
* Carved Pumpkin Contest (Schedule)
* Carnival Games (Booth Application)
* Inflatable Activities
* Sugarland
* Phantom Funhouse

Businesses and organizations are encouraged to participate by hosting a trunk or providing carnival games as a community service. Vendor and community sponsorship opportunities are also still available. Contact Queen Creek Parks and Recreation.

Trunk or Treat

Address : Desert Mountain Park, 22201 S Hawes Road Queen Creek AZ
Phone : 480-358-3700   (Always call and confirm events.)

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