Hampton Roads Trick-or-Treat schedules
James City County
Trick-or-treat hours in James City County are from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3, for children 12 and under.
JCC County Police recommend the following tips for a safe Halloween night:
• Costumes should be easy to walk in and short enough to avoid tripping. They should be made out of non-flammable material and easy to see in the dark. Reflective tape sewn onto the costume works well.
• Make-up should be worn instead of a mask. Make-up helps trick-or-treaters see and breathe easily. If masks are worn, they should be taken off before crossing a street.
• Trick-or-treaters should plan their route ahead of time, picking streets that are in familiar neighborhoods and well lit.
• Young children should never trick-or-treat without an adult or older sibling. Older children who trick-or-treat without an adult should do so in a group with the route and return time approved by the caretaker. A flashlight or glow stick should be carried to light the way and to be more visible to cars. Only go to homes with the porch light on.
• Trick-or-treaters should cross only at corners, never between parked cars or in the middle of the block. When possible, they should stay on the sidewalk. If there isn’t a sidewalk, they should stay as far left of the roadway as possible and walk facing traffic. When approaching a house, they should watch for candles in Jack-O-Lanterns or other decorations that may catch clothes on fire.
• Trick-or-treaters should never go into the home of a stranger, even if they are invited in.
• Candy should not be eaten until after it has been checked out by an adult. Treats not in their original packaging should be thrown away. Any suspicious candy should be reported to the Police Department as soon as possible.
Finally, James City County Police would like to remind anyone who will be out driving to watch for children trick-or-treating as they might forget to watch out for you.
Greenbrier Mall to Host Mall-Wide Trick-or-Treat
Greenbrier Mall and participating retailers
Calling all cowboys and clowns, pirates and princesses, superheroes and Smurfs: Greenbrier Mall is hosting a FREE family night of Trick-or-Treating at participating retailers.
*All children (up to age 12) must be in costume and accompanied by an adult.* Adults: please no masks.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012, 5 – 7PM
No matter what the weather, there will be spooktacular fun at the mall. Enter any mall entrance and visit participating retailers for candy and treats!
For additional information on Trick-or-Treating at Greenbrier Mall, please visit http://www.GreenbrierMall.com.
Dusk until 8pm
Dusk until 8pm
Dusk until 8pm
- 2 million Facebook, Gmail and Twitter passwords stolen in massive hack, report says
- UPDATE: Train derailment near Princess Anne Road and Ballentine Blvd. in Norfolk
- Chesterfield teen charged with sexually abusing pregnant pit bull
- VB Navy SEAL arrested for selling military weapons, ammunition
- Dominion Blvd. emergency closure in place