As Halloween approaches, trick-or-treat opportunities abound in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and other locations in the Triangle. Many festivals include trick-or-treating with vendors for kids. Churches and other organizations offer trunk-or-treat, where people decorate their cars and hand out candy.
The weather is looking iffy at best for Halloween. We’ve noted, below, events that are planned for indoors. Churches will probably move their events inside, when possible, but you’ll need to contact them to make sure.
Also, for outdoor activities, they might be affected by weather, so make sure to check with the organizers.
So if you’d like to take your kids to an organized activity, rather than go door to door, check out this list. Or if your kids just want to maximize their candy take, this list will help.
And when Halloween is over and you think your kids have had enough sugar, take them to one of the dentists who buy back Halloween candy and your kids can get some cold, hard cash.