Saturday, October 25, 2014
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm (rain or shine)
2400 and 2500 Blocks from 62nd to 67th and
2400 and 2500 Blocks from 69th to 73rd Streets
Every year our association organizes a safe and fun nighttime Trick or Treat alternative to the city of Wauwatosa’s daytime event. So pull out your costumes, candy buckets and spooky faces to stroll the designated Trick or Treat blocks!
This event is for TETNA members’ children ages 14 years and under. Not a TETNA member yet? Come register for the event and sign up to be a member!
Membership Has Its Privileges
Due to insurance restrictions we do not offer a non-member participation option. This event is not open to people who live outside our neighborhood and people who actively choose not to be members.
When and Where to Register
Tuesday, Oct. 21, 6:30 – 8 pm
Thursday, Oct. 23, 6:30 – 8 pm
Saturday, Oct. 25, 8:30 – 10 am
Bethany Calvary Church, 7265 W. Center Street
Enter through the doors on Center Street and look for the signs.
Bring to Registration
- $10 household membership dues ($8 for seniors) – cash or checks payable to TETNA
- Completed Registration Form
- Candy donation: one large individually-wrapped, factory-sealed bag of candy per child. Bags must be at least 50 pieces of candy or more for each child. For example 2 children = 100 pieces of candy, 4 children = 200 pieces of candy, etc. Donate candy that you and your family would enjoy.
- Optional Bethany Calvary Church’s food pantry donation: including canned goods, dry foods, or personal care items.
Take Home from Registration
- Glow sticks for each registered child
- Information sheet
- Halloween sign for homes distributing candy
- Candy supply for candy distributors
Volunteers Needed – Registration & Crossing Guards
Volunteers are needed during registration to help keep the process moving smoothly and quickly.
We also need some crossing guards during the event to help keep kids safe crossing the busy streets. If your home is not in the designated area, but you would like to distribute candy, please consider volunteering as a crossing guard at an intersection. Get into the spirit and wear a costume if you like! Adults and teens can help… this is a fun service project for scout troops, church groups, etc.
Trick or Treat Blocks
- 2400 and 2500 Blocks from 62nd to 67th Streets
- 2400 and 2500 Blocks from 69th to 73rd Streets
The blocks closest to Center Street and North Avenue, and all of 68th Street are excluded for traffic safety reasons.
No Tricks, Only Treats
- This is a family event, so please behave accordingly.
- For safety, all children must be accompanied by an adult while trick or treating.
- Respect for neighbors and their property is a key aspect of the quality of life in East Towne. Please don’t leave candy wrappers (or anything else) on neighbor’s lawns.
- Registered children should wear their glow sticks. Parents with children 3 and under may choose to carry their child’s glow sticks. It is up to the candy distributor’s discretion on whether to provide candy to unregistered children not wearing glow sticks.
If you don’t have children participating in the event, you can still hand out candy at your house. Just come to the registration, pay the $10 household membership dues and you will receive candy to distribute. The Trick or Treat area includes: 2400 and 2500 Blocks from 62nd to 67th and 69th to 73rd Streets. The blocks closest to Center Street and North Avenue, and all of 68th Street are excluded.
If you have questions about the event, contact Jean Vallier [mailto]email@example.com[/mailto] or Erica Storm [mailto]firstname.lastname@example.org[/mailto].