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Cancelled: Trunk or Treat

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Unfortunately, we didn’t receive enough trunk registrations and candy donations for our Trunk or Treat event, so we need to cancel it. Book and candy donations made so far will be gifted to Close to My Heart, the non-profit childcare program that shares our building.

Contact Paula at pbowlby@whchurch.org with any questions.

 

Date: Saturday, October 26

Time: 6:30-8pm

Free Event: Candy, Snacks, Games, Photo Booth

On October 26th, we’re hosting our first ever Trunk or Treat! It’s an awesome opportunity to come together as a community and provide a safe environment for our kids to have some fun. Our theme is children’s books: Chronicles of Narnia, Where the Wild Things Are, Secret Garden, etc.

How It Works

There are a few different options to get involved.

  • Decorate Your Trunk: Participants pick your favorite children’s book, register your vehicle here and adorn your ride. Check out some awesome examples on our Pinterest board here. The deadline for car registration is October 20th.
  • Donate Treats: Drop off a bag of your favorite candy at the Hello Desk. We’re also looking for healthy snacks, candy for kids with allergies, and fun non-candy alternatives. Check out our Candy List.
  • Donate A Book: We are collecting books for kids in need. Contact Osheta at omoore@whchurch.org for more details.

What To Expect

We’ve got plenty of options to keep everyone entertained.

  • Bring a pillowcase, paper bag, pumpkin pail of your choice so the kiddos can load up on treats.
  • We’ll have hot apple cider and popcorn to keep your bellies warm and happy.
  • You can also gather around the glow of a bonfire or score some points in a game of sandbags.
  • Capture your kids at their cutest at our fall themed photo station.

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