Thursday, October 31, 2013

Buena Pumpkin Neighbors Present
Safe Trick-or-Treating At Buena Park Circle

Photo by Gene Tenner
It's time for the best-known, best-loved, oldest Halloween tradition in Uptown.  Buena Park Neighbors block club sponsors safe trick-or-treating between 6pm and 8:30pm on Thursday, October 31st.

Buena Circle Park, 1049 W. Buena, becomes operation central and from there trick-or-treaters head north and south on Kenmore, delightfully gathering goodies from equally delighted residents who welcome the little costumed darlings into their appropriately decorated yards.

Each year one of the homes along the way wins the coveted George Ferak award, named in honor of the originator of the event, for best decorations, so expect to see some really creative yards.  And there's a prize for best costume, too.

There's no rain date -- trick-or-treating will take place for those who show up.  We'll weather the weather, whatever the weather, whether we like it or not!

1 comment:

  1. October 31st is my favorite day of the year.

    Like any other day I hang out in a park and attempt to scare children.

    On Halloween the cops don't roust me for it. In weather related hourly news the prediction for today is RAIN. Every hour of the forecast shows RAIN.

    Hopefully it will break a bit during the candy run on Kenmore.