Treats, a spook alley and trick-or-treating are all part of this year’s annual Halloween Kids Night.
The UVUSA will be holding the festivities in the Grande Ballroom on Oct. 25 from 6-8 p.m. and it is free to the public.
The Kid’s Night will be split into two parts. The first will consist of a ten-booth rotation, splitting children into ten groups. Booths will include activities like pumpkin decorating, cookie frosting, a magic scratch craft, a sensory table, decorating trick-or-treating bags, a doughnut-eating contest, a photo booth, spook alley and trick-or-treating. Each rotation will be between 10 and 15 minutes long.
The second part will feature an address by a police officer to the group as a whole about trick-or-treating safety issues and tips.
Parents are welcome to attend booths with their children, although additional seating will be provided for them. Parking vouchers are available upon entry of the activity.