Halloween Events & Trick or Treat around Grove City

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Trick-or-treat and all things spooky are finally upon us. If your little ghosts and ghouls are excited to get their hands on as much candy as possible you might be interested in the events happening around Grove City. Perhaps, you are looking for festivities for yourself to get into the spooky spirit.

Grove City Trick-or-Treat

Grove City  trick-or-treat will take place on October 31st between 6-8 p.m. This is a family fun night of traditional door-to-door beggars night activities for you and your family. The streets will be filled with princesses, superheroes and scary creatures that will make for an evening of candy collecting. Be sure to keep an eye out if you have to drive. If you choose to pass out candy from your door you should turn your porch light on during this time.

Boo on Broadway

Boo on Broadway is an alternative to traditional beggars night in Grove City on October 31st. Grove City’s Town Center is transformed into destination for spooky fun from 6 to 8 p.m. This annual, family-friendly alternative to trick-or-treat allows children to dress in costume and safely collect candy and other goodies from area businesses and civic organizations. Worried about a weather cancellation? Do not be. This event is held rain or shine. The following streets are closed to traffic from 5 to 9 p.m. with parking restrictions in place starting at 3 p.m. These streets are: Broadway from Grant Street to Grove City Road, and Park Street from Arbutus Avenue to the first driveway west of City Hall.

Halloween Hikes

In the mood for spooky date night idea? Visit the Battelle Darby Creek metro park and take place in the Halloween Lantern Hike. Meet at the Indian Ridge Bulletin Board at 6PM on Saturday, October 29th for an adventure. This 2-mile guided hike, follows lantern-lit path discovering creatures of the night that call the metro park home.

Not one to hike around in the dark? Meet at the ranger station at 10AM on Sunday, October 30th and participate in a 4-mile off-trail hike to prehistoric Indian and pioneer burial grounds in the metro parks Graveyard Hike.