There are pumpkins on porches and a chill in the air, so here’s your reminder to mark your calendars for Village Trick-or-Treating on Sunday, October 29, 2023, from 4:00-6:00 pm (after the Packer game)! We hope this weekend option will make a beloved tradition safer for kids and more relaxed for their parents. As always, residents can opt in or out of trick-or-treat by turning their porch or front door light on or off on the 29th or actual Halloween. If you’re feeling extra spooky this year, you can do both! Lindsay Campbell Citizen Safety Committee & Village Board Member
Calling all Maple Bluff Ghouls & Boys Join us on Halloween for the spookiest parade you’ve ever seen. Witches & Ghosts- you’re in for a scare. We hope to see you there! Date: Sunday October 30, 2022 – 10:00am – 12:00pm Details: Meet at Fireman’s park at 9:45am. Parade to start promptly at 10am and will end at Beach Park where we’ll have yard games, snacks, and of course candy for all participants. Costume awards will be given for best group costume, spookiest, and most creative.
The structured hours for Trick or Treating are from 5:30p-7:30p, but you are welcome to adjust those hours as they work for you. That may include starting earlier or staying open later based upon visitors and the amount of goodies you have left! As most everyone knows, your porch light being “ON” is the international signal of “Open for Trick or Treaters”. Have fun!