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Check out the Halloween themed events happening throughout town this month!
White Oak Library’s Halloween Family Fun PartyThursday, October 19, 2017, 6:30-7:30 p.m.White Oak Library, 201 Normantown RoadOh yes, it’s time for another awesome Halloween Party with games, snacks, face painting and more. Do you DARE TO enter our Mad Scientist Lab and create some monstrous fun? This event is free, and kids of all ages are welcome to attend. Please register in person, or by phone at (815) 552-4210 or by clicking here. For more information, email Jaci Kohn at firstname.lastname@example.orgRomeoville’s Halloween FestFriday, October 27, 2017, 5:30-8:30 p.m.Village Park, 900 West Romeo Rd.Join the Romeoville Recreation Department and the Romeoville Chamber of Commerce for a SPOOKTACULAR good time. FREE spine-tingling activities include a trick or treat trail, craft area, moon jumps, pumpkins for the first 400 children, a children’s entertainer, and a frightening costume contest (for ages 2-12 years.)Trunk or Treat hosted by The Rock Community Church and United Presbyterian ChurchSaturday, October 28, 2017 11a.m.-1 p.m.The Rock Community Church, 2 Belmont Dr.The Rock Community Church and United Presbyterian Church are inviting all neighborhood kids to come enjoy some food, fun games and treats! Invite a friend or neighbor as well! This is always a super fun event! There is no cost for the event. If any families would like to decorate their cars/trunks with some fun themes, maybe create a simple game and hand out treats to our neighborhood kiddos, please contact Ms. Cathy from Kids’ Quarry at email@example.com to register your car or get more details!Romeoville High School Trunk or TreatSunday, October 29, 2017, 1-3 p.m.Romeoville High School, 100 N Independence Blvd, South LotHosted by the Key Club and LASO. Open to children 5th grade and younger. Donation is $1 per child. Money collected will be donated to staff and Romeoville/Bolingbrook families dealing with financial costs from cancer.Pumpkin Pitch 2017 - Shred Documents & Catapult Jack-O-LanternsSaturday, November 4, 2017, 9 a.m.-NoonLewis University, 1 University Parkway, Parking Lot “W” South of the main entrance. Will County and Lewis University have partnered to offer the fourth annual Will County collection of pumpkins for recycling. Students, parents, and residents are encouraged to pitch their pumpkins and gourds to see whose pumpkin goes the furthest!! Staff from the County will be joined by the Farm Bureau and Univ. of IL Ext office to measure distance and offer prizes! Naked Pumpkins Only! No candles, bags or boxes! Limit of five pumpkins per person. For more information, click here.Romeoville’s Costumes & Cocktails 21 Years & Older Halloween PartySaturday, November 4, 2017, 7-11 p.m.Friendship Centre at Highpoint, 175 Highpoint Dr.Join us for our 7th Annual 21 Years & Older Halloween Party. $20.00 per person includes all food and beverages. Cash prizes for best costumes. Tickets available at Village Hall, Recreation Center and Friendship Centre prior to event. Also available at the door. Event to benefit Youth Outreach Commission.