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Trick-or-Treat BOOtacular @ Connecticut Post Mall
October 31, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Mark your calendars for our annual Halloween trick-or-treating event at Connecticut Post Mall on Tuesday, October 31st from 4pm to 6pm
A great way to start the Halloween evening in a safe and fun environment.
Kids 12 and under are invited to come dressed in their costumes to trick-or-treat at participating stores in the center*. We will also be handing out candy in center court with music by DJ Alan Kohn.
Attendance is FREE but please RSVP on Eventbrite so we can make sure to have enough candy!
*Please note not all stores are participating in Trick-or-Treating. Participating retailers will have a sign at their door/kiosk. Candy will be available while supplies last.
Rules and Regulations for Halloween events:
1. No adults or children over the age of 12 are allowed to wear a mask while inside the center.
2. Costume accessories that resemble a weapon of any kind will not be permitted inside the center.
3. Use of silly string, blow horns, or any form of a powdery substance is strictly prohibited from the center. If any of the above items are observed inside the center, they will be subject to confiscation.
4. Fighting of any kind is strictly prohibited while on center property. Anyone caught fighting will be asked to leave the center.
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