group of young girls in costume trick-or-treating

2018 Trick or Treat Times for Janesville, Wisconsin

We’re well into October, which means that Halloween is almost here! One of the most fun holidays of the year as all the neighborhood kids put on their best costumes and go door-to-door trick-or-treating! If you’re looking for the trick or treat times in Janesville, Wisconsin, we’ve got that information and more, right here! 

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group of young children in costumes trick-or-treatingThe city of Janesville designates 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. as the allotted time on October 31st for trick or treating. The city encourages all kids and groups to get their trick or treating done by then so that the streets are clear by night and it’s less dangerous for children. If your kids are old enough to go it alone, make sure they know the curfew for trick-or-treating and follow the rules like everyone else. 

Also, you and the kids can do some early trick-or-treating! On October 27th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., downtown Janesville businesses are hosting their own trick or treat day! Families are encouraged to come on down and look for the orange and black balloons for candy! You can learn more, here! 

Tips for a Fun and Safe Halloween 

Halloween is one of the most fun nights of the year, but it’s still important to stay safe during the night throughout all the commotion! Here are a few tips for a fun and safe trick-or-treating night! 

First off, you’ll want to be prepared. This means that you should have a route planned that gets you home on time and that everyone knows it. Also, you’ll want to dress warmly if it’s going to be cold and be visible for drivers at night. This may mean wearing a neon vest or carrying a flashlight. 

Parents, make sure to inspect your children’s candy when they get home to make sure everything is properly packaged and safe. Also, steer clear of masks, face paint or something else are safer alternatives. 

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