Trick or Treating times, other Halloween events from around the Jackson area

26 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Enjoy Halloween but not at the expense of anyone elseJACKSON, MI — If the weather is any indication, the most popular Halloween costume this year might be Spider-Man wearing a North Face jacket with ear muffs. An early look at Halloween’s weather forecast from the National Weather Service shows a slight chance of showers with a daytime high of 53 degrees and nighttime low of 41 degrees. They are available on the Sussex Police Posters and Leaflets page. “Please especially consider the elderly and more vulnerable in the community who may get worried having strangers calling at their door,” say the Police. “If you see someone displaying a no trick or treat poster, please do not call at those homes as people do not wish to be disturbed. And hey, I am all for the fun of trick-or-treating and candy swapping on Halloween night, but candy doesn’t need to be the center of attention for the holiday fun.

As well as offering free posters, officers will be out on patrol to deter any anti-social behaviour and will be quick to disperse groups of people who are found to be causing a nuisance. 4) Register with us by clicking on ‘sign in’ (top right corner). The name may look about right and the branding may seem familiar, but take a closer look: Tricky packaging could land marijuana edibles in the hands of trick-or-treaters this Halloween. Not only is this a healthier choice, it supports the Teal Pumpkin Project, allowing kids with food allergies and other medical conditions to participate in the fun. Whether it’s the feel of the fabric, the snugness of the costume, or a noise it makes, sometimes children with special needs are extra sensitive when it comes to sensory stimulation. Less parental looting:In 2013, almost 80% of parents admitted to eating a few of their kids’ Halloween candy, this year marks a sharp decrease, with only 66% of parents saying they’ll pilfer from the Halloween haul.

Dress the kids in layers so they can stay warm. “One of my grad students brought this (photo) to my attention”, said Best, a professor of sociology and criminal justice at the University of Delaware.

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