When is Trick-or-Treating in Menomonee Falls?

There are still a few weeks left to decide on costumes and to stock up on candy before the village-wide trick-or-treating.

Goblins and ghouls, princesses, fairies and superheroes will have the chance walk the streets in a variety of events this month in Menomonee Falls.

The Menomonee Falls Village Centre will hold its annual Trick or Treat event from 4-7 p.m. Oct. 25. The evening will include a haunted walk through Lime Kiln Park starting at 7 p.m. If you’d like to participate in the walk and set up along the path, contact BID Director Barb Watters at 251-8797.

Here’s a look at last year’s festivities downtown.

Old Falls Village will host a two-day Halloween celebration from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 26 and Oct. 27. Children can enjoy apple bobbing, craft making, Trick or Treating and refreshments. Bold children can also wander through buildings over a century old; each with its own tale to tell.

Finally, the village-wide Trick or Treat will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 31.

And before you send your little ones to collect their goodies, here are some trick-or-treating safety guidelines from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration:

  • Wear costumes made of fire-retardant materials; look for “flame resistant” on the label.
  • Wear bright, reflective costumes or add strips of reflective tape so you’ll be more visible.
  • Wear makeup and hats rather than masks that can obscure your vision.
  • Test the makeup you plan to use by putting a small amount on the arm of the person who will be wearing it a couple of days in advance. If a rash, redness, swelling, or other signs of irritation develop where the makeup was applied, that's a sign of a possible allergy.
  • Check FDA’s list of color additives to see if makeup additives are FDA approved. If they aren’t approved for their intended use, don’t use it.
  • Don’t wear decorative contact lenses unless you have seen an eye care professional and gotten a proper lens fitting and instructions for using the lenses.
  • Don’t eat candy until it has been inspected at home.
  • Trick-or-treaters should eat a snack before heading out, so they won’t be tempted to nibble on treats that haven’t been inspected.
  • Tell children not to accept—or eat—anything that isn’t commercially wrapped

Here are some more Halloween tips from the FDA, and here are a few more from the Mayo Clinic.


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