Thursday, October 23, 2014
Trick or Treat fun! and the Teal Pumpkin Project
Most areas in the Lehigh Valley will be hosting their trick or treat nights (and days) in the coming week. With tons of family fall fun in the Lehigh Valley available this weekend the options are endless and children could literally trick or treat for hours on Saturday with all of the events going on.
See our full list of trick or treat dates and times here !
I have noticed this great symbol being promoted by FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education). Consider posting this sign (printable) or placing a teal painted pumpkin (pictured below, and super pretty if you ask me!) at your door to let families trick or treating in your neighborhood that you have alternative treats for kids. Stickers, pencils, temporary tattoos, halloween themed straws, playdoh and more are great alternative to food for kids with allergies.
Read more about this movement that is making trick or treating safer for kids all over the country here at Foodallergy.org
Happy Trick or Treating and remember to stay safe!