Looking for things to do that are family-friendly this Halloween, then here is a sampling of events across Orange County this weekend.
While out trick or treating with your friends and family, keep in mind a few safety tips in order to have a fun-filled night.
• Carry a flashlight, glow stick or wear reflective tape on a costume to increase visibility to cars.
• Never go into a strangers house. Make sure mom or dad is within sight when you go trick-or-treating.
• Be careful crossing a street. Look for traffic in both directions and obey all crosswalks.
• For older children and teenagers, make sure parents know where you are going. They only want you to be safe!
• If you have a curfew, then be home at that appointed time.
• Never eat treats without bringing them home to be examined.
Little Cypress Baptist Church, 3274 Little Cypress Drive, invites the public to attend its Fall Festival, starting with food being served from 6 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30. There will also be a Trunk-or-Treat, games, moonwalks and more.
MacArthur Heights Baptist Church, 3600 Nightingale Street in Orange, will have its Fall Festival from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30. There will be games, prizes, movies, and food. Everyone is welcome.
Trunk or Treat
West Orange Christian Church, 900 Lansing St., will have a Trunk-or-Treat from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30. There will be games, food, drinks, and fun for all ages. Come in your costumes. Call Nelda at 409-735-8710 or visit WOCC.weebly.com for more info.
Pine Forest Baptist Church, 4800 N. Main St. in Vidor, will hold its Fall Festival inside the church gym from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 30. There will be games, lots of candy, food and prizes. This is a family event and positive, fun costumes are encouraged which won't scare younger children. Call 409-786-1575 for info.