Freeland celebrates community at safe trick-or-treat night.
Started by former mayor Tim Martin, the original intent of throwing a safe trick or treat night was so that parents could remain worry free taking their kids out for halloween.
Community members said they have a lot less to worry about.
Now – Hundreds of people gather to celebrate not only a spooky holiday and a safe environment, but also a sense of community.
Formally hosted by the mayor, this year is the 1st year the freeland rec board has hosted the event, saying that it was a tradition they were not ready to see let go.
Stretching over 3 blocks, trick or treaters not only got the chance to collect candy and show off their costumes- but also – recieve a special treat from the Free library.
With the roads blocked off – businesses and organizations were able to show their support while passing out candy.
You can find out more how to get involved with the Freeland rec board committee by visiting their facebook page.