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Isaac Hale Daily Herald

Lily Frica, 10, looks on at Itzel Salinas, 9, both from Provo as they look at people’s costumes during the trick or treating at Provo Towne Center on Thursday, October 31, 2019. (Isaac Hale, Daily Herald file photo)

Whether you want to celebrate Halloween on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday this year, there are plenty of free activities in Utah County next week to keep the whole family entertained.

Highland City residents get a head start on the Halloween fun with Highlands Trick-or-Treat Street, which takes place at the Town Center Splash Pad on Monday from 5-7pm.

“Bring your family to Splash Pad Park for trick or treating with local businesses and community groups.” Read the announcement on the Highland City website. “Please enter the park through the south gate – watch out for the large orange arch. The path through the park is accessible to strollers, wheelchairs, and trolleys. Please leave scooters and bicycles at home. Overflow parking spaces are available on the south side of the town hall. ”

To kick off the Halloween celebrations on Friday, the American Fork Chamber of Commerce is hosting Halloween on Main, an event that invites kids to trick or treating from 3:30 p.m. from 300 W to 100 E. Main Street in American Fork -17 : 30 o’clock

Springville City gives residents an early start to the Halloween fun with its annual Safe Halloween Trick-or-Treat event, also held on Friday from 3pm to 5pm

The Springville City website states, “The annual Safe Halloween Trick-or-Treat gives kids and teens the chance to walk in their favorite costumes and trick or treating through the Civic Center and Springville Main Street, which has multiple stores lined up in a safe, friendly environment to hand out great treats and possibly some tricks. Come and have a “scary” time!

Lindon City will host a Halloween Spook-Tacular on Friday at 25 N. Main St. in Lindon. This event takes place from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. and includes trunk-or-treating, a Halloween-themed haunted alley, a costume contest, a flashlight candy hunt, and a pumpkin decoration contest.

Orem City’s Truck-or-Treat event will take place on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Orchard at University Place. Touch and explore the commercial vehicles that serve Orem. The children are invited to dress up and bring bags to collect sweets.

Spanish Fork and Salem residents are also invited to join the Halloween fun on Saturday with the Trick-or-Treat on Main event hosted by the Chamber of Commerce of the Fork Salem Spain area. Children are encouraged to dress up and do trick or treating in stores from Library Park to 400 N. Main St. in Spanish Fork from 1pm to 1pm

Also on Saturday, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., Downtown Provo does trick or treat for local businesses between 500 West and 100 East on Center Street and from there to 300 North in Provo. Games and dancing also take place.


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