October 25, 2014
News

Latest Headlines

Crash Cadillac to perform at Sweetest Day Dance

ACTS plans Halloween events

Driver involved in Transit accident talks about that night, the aftermath

North Tonawanda High School announces students of the month for September 2014

Board debates road striping on Lake Avenue

Events planned for All Soul's Day

Bowmansville Haunted Hayride is handicap accessible

ECC announces Tracey Cleveland as colleges new director of human resources

Legislator Morton asks for investigation 
into why county gas prices are slow to drop

Mothertime Marketplace announces Lockport Consignment Holiday Sale

North Tonawanda announces Halloween hours

BY: Metro Source Staff | October 25, 2012

NORTH TONAWANDA - The City of North Tonawanda has set the period of 5 to 8 p.m. for Halloween trick-or-treating hours for Wednesday, Oct. 31.

Mayor Rob Ortt offers the following reminders for adults and children:

• No child should go trick-or-treating alone. Always accompany your younger children; older children can go in groups.

• Tell children to go only to homes and neighbors they know and only to houses with lights on.

• Remind children to walk on sidewalks and be cautious when crossing streets.

• Tell children to turn down all invitations to enter homes, or getting into cars.

• Check labels to see that all costumes and accessories are flame-resistant.

• Make sure all face paints, glues, and glitters are nontoxic.

• Your child’s costume shouldn’t drag on the ground.

• Don’t allow children to carry sharp objects.

• If your child wears a mask, make sure it fits securely and have eyeholes large enough so that they can see.

• Warn children not to eat treats before returning home (a filling dinner can help).



Trick or Treat at the Mayor’s office will be available between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. for trick-or-treaters to get a treat from Mayor Ortt.

Have a fun and safe Halloween.

Add your Comments
Subject
Comments
Submit

Be the first to Comment