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TRUNK OR TREAT event in Newark, DE on Oct 22
Family-Friendly Event on October 22
EDITOR'S NOTE: Here’s a different way to celebrate Halloween at a local comic book shop. Like Snickers bars and Super-Heroes. Hey, what could be better?
Trunk or Treat at Captain Blue Hen Comics
Captain Blue Hen Comics and Superdojo Martial Arts are TEAMING UP for an afternoon of fun as we Trunk or Treat and show off our costumes!
Why are we doing something this? Because getting cool people together that care about their community and keeping kids safe is PRIORITY!
What do you have to do? First of all, SOME families go all out and make their trunks look RIDICULOUSLY AWESOME.Other families just want to help out and make kids happy, so they throw some pumpkins in and create low-budget trunk set ups. Both are fantastic ways to get involved. We'll park our cars, pop open the trunk and hand out candy.
There will be PRIZES for the families that have the coolest trunk decoration (but, again, you don't have to shoot for 1st place, it's awesome if you just come and throw something cool together), MOST CREATIVE costume (kids only), and COOLEST SUPER HERO costume (kids only). Not to mention a TON of candy for each kid... for real... you're going to have enough candy to last you until 2020.
THIS IS GOING TO BE AWESOME!
Trunk or Treat with Captain Blue Hen Comics and Superdojo of Elkton on Sunday, October 22ndfrom 2 to 4 pm in the parking lot of Captain Blue Hen Comics, 280 E Main Street, Newark, 19711. Prizes will be awarded for best costume and best trunk. If interested in setting up as a trunk station please contact us at email@example.com.
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