Published on October 22, 2012 | by Jefferey Campbell0
Almost Time for Trick or Treating
The Chardon Square Association would like to announce Halloween festivities. The celebration of Halloween is an annual tradition in Chardon. The Chardon Square Association is organizing Halloween celebrations with support from the Chardon Police and Fire Departments.
Halloween festivities will take place on October 31. Local ghosts and goblins can partake in the age-old tradition of trick and treating from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. all ghosts and goblins are invited to gather on the Square for some more treats and a parade led by one of the Chardon Fire Department fire engines. After the parade is over, donuts and cider will be provided by the Chardon Police Department in the log cabin for everyone to enjoy.
“With the arrival of cooler fall weather, you know Halloween is just around the corner,” said Tom Bryant, Chardon Square Association President. “The annual celebration of Halloween is a great way for the whole family to have some fun.”
Halloween celebrations are free for all little ghosts, goblins, and their families to enjoy. For more information about Halloween, please visit the website or call 440-285-2600.