It's that time of year when costume- clad children wander the streets of their neighborhoods to knock on doors and scare up some Halloween candy treats.
But do you know when to take your little ones trick-or-treating?
Area city and town officials have announced the following designated days and times for trick-or-treating:
- The Brazil City Council has approved Oct. 30 and 31, between the hours of 5 - 8 p.m., as the approved 2005 Trick-or-Treat hours for the City of Brazil. Residents wishing to participate are asked to turn on their porch lights.
- The Carbon Town Board has designated 5-8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, and Monday, Oct. 31, as the town's approved time for trick-or-treaters.
- Clay City Town Board has announced Saturday, Oct. 29 as the only official time to trick-or-treat in the community. Children may participate during the hours of 6-9 p.m.
- Center Point Town Council has announced the evening of Monday, Oct. 31 for trick-or-treating in the community, and remind little ghosts and goblins to only visit homes with porch lights on.
- The Harmony Town Council wants to remind children to wear reflective clothing, obey rules for crossing the street and only visit homes with the porch lights on while trick-or-treating during Sunday and Monday, Oct. 30 & 31, between the hours of 5 - 8 p.m.
- The trick-or-treating schedule for children in Knightsville this weekend is from 6 - 9 p.m., today through Monday evenings. Parents are urged to go with their children while trick-or-treating, make sure that costumes have reflective material, visit homes you know with their porch lights on and use a flashlight for safety while walking in strange yards.
- Staunton children can trick-or-treat Sunday and Monday evenings 6 - 9 p.m. Adult supervision and the use of flashlights while walking around the community is recommended for the safety of all children out scaring up a good time this Halloween