Trunk or Treat! Get Your Treats then March in the Las Vegas Halloween Parade

This year Las Vegas has several trunk or treat events around town where children and their families can dress up and collect goodies to fill their plastic jack-o-lanterns to capacity. I propose this year make it one night out to get the sweets, and a second night out to experience Las Vegas’ first and only all ages Halloween Parade.

Here is the breakdown of the Las Vegas Trunk or Treat events I have learned about that are open to the public. If I missed any drop me a line and I will add it to the list, or post it in comments for all to see ASAP.

Trunk or Treat Classic Car Show and Halloween Festival
Admission: FREE for people – $25 to enter your car
Date: Saturday, October 16th
Hours: 10 am – 3pm
Notes: Join Councilman Wolfson and the city of Las Vegas for a Trunk or Treat Classic Car Show and Halloween Festival. It’s a great family event with raffle prizes, trick or treatings, vendors, music and goody bags for the first 100 entries. A number of awards will be given out including Outstanding Decorated Car, Outstanding Participant Costume, Favorite Tricks Or Treats and more.

Mirabelli Community Center Halloween Carnival and Open House
Admission: $5 + $1 for Haunted House
Date: Saturday, October 23rd
Hours: 5pm-7:30 pm

Easter Seals Trunk or Treat
Date: Saturday, October 23rd
Hours: 5pm-8:00 pm
Admission: $3

6200 West Oakey Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89146 (Oakey / Jones)
Put on your frighteningly fun costumes and come out to Easter Seals Southern Nevada’s 5th Annual Trunk or Treat. Enjoy the haunted house, if you dare, trick-or-treating from trunk to trunk, candy, food and much more. Admission is $3 per child and all ages are welcome!

East Las Vegas Safe Halloween Fest
Admission: FREE
Date: Saturday, October 30th
Hours: 5pm-7:30 pm
Notes: East Las Vegas Community / Senior Center, 250 N. Eastern Ave.
Free admission to event, carnival tickets for sale at door.
Join us for our annual spooky Safe HalloweenFest where there will be trick-or-treat booths, carnival games, and Monster Mash dance contests. Make sure you dress in costume and join us for the costume parade with prizes. Local businesses and organizations along with Univision Radio are co-sponsoring this event.

Las Vegas Review Journal has a great list of upcoming attractions on their website.

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