Trunk or Treating held on NSUMC campus Oct. 30

(file photo)

(file photo)

The North Scottsdale United Methodist Church is hosting its 18th annual Trunk or Treat Festival to provide a free, safe and friendly experience for all children and families.

The event is to be 4-6 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30, in the church parking lot, 11735 N. Scottsdale Road.

This year’s event will begin with carnival games, snow cones and bouncer.  Food trucks will be on-site selling dinner options, according to a press release.

Halfway through the event the NSUMC Youth Group will lead children in a costume parade.  The night will end with the awarding of trophies for exceptional costumes and decorated trunks, and the highly coveted “Trunk-or-Treating.”

The basic Trunk or Treating guidelines include:

  • Wear a friendly costume (please leave the scary ones at home)
  • Back your vehicle into a NSUMC parking space
  • Decorate your trunk (creativity is good!)
  • Set up folding chairs next to your trunk
  • Place your treats (candy) in your trunk.

NSUMC asks that attending families donate canned and dry goods for Vista del Camino Children’s After School Recreation Center in Scottsdale.
For more information go to www.nsumc.com or www.nsumckids.info.

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