Today is Halloween, and there are plenty of organized trick-or-treating activities for kids all over Northwest Colorado. In Steamboat, the Downtown Halloween Stroll takes place from 5 to 7 at the businesses along Lincoln Avenue. In Craig, kids can walk the downtown businesses along Yampa Avenue, and the stores inside theCentennial Mall from 4 to 6. The Eastern Rio Blanco Recreation District is sponsoring the trick-or-treating for kids among Meeker downtown businesses from 3 to 5. In Rangely, kids are invited to the Eagle Crest Assisted Living Center for treats from 5:30 to 7:30. Parents are reminded to dress their kids in warm and reflective clothing, before heading out for neighborhood trick-or-treating. You are also encouraged to prevent kids from eating their candy, until you have had a chance to inspect it. Earlier this month, law enforcement officials across the state sent out a warning to parents to make sure their kids aren’t getting their hands on marijuana infused candy. If you have any doubts about a treat you’ve received, you’re advised to throw it away.
Trick-or-treating Opportunities in Northwest Colorado
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