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October 31, 2018

Bootastic!!! Halloween Day events in Tampa Bay

By Laura Byrne

Trick or Treat events for families in Tampa Bay on Halloween:

Halloween Storytime at Land O Lakes Library | 10am
Join in the on the story time and themed activities to follow. For kids 1-5

Winter’s Trick or Treat at Clearwater Marine Aquarium | starts at 10am
Kids 12 and younger get in for $9.99 when wearing a costume or CMA shirt! There will themed activities, a glitter tattoo stations and more!

MOSI has a science graveyard | Museum hours 
MOSI is putting to rest… science myths! Mentioning it because we’re total science nerds!

Trick or Treat at Armature Works |  3pm-5pm
Come dressed up and trick or treat in the Heights Public Market! Each vendor will be decorated for this event and passing out candy!

Main Street Trick or Treat in Safety Harbor | 4:30pm
Put on your costume and come to Main Street and Trick-or-Treat in a safe family atmosphere. City Hall, Fire Station 52, and Main Street businesses will be handing out treats.

Trick or Treat at Westfield shopping centers Citrus Park-Tampa, Countryside-Clearwater and Brandon |  5pm-7pm 
Dress up your little ghosts and goblins for an indoor trick-or-treating adventure at your closet Westfield shopping center!

Boo Bash 2018 at Spectrum Field in Clearwater |  5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
The Clearwater Threshers, the City of Clearwater, and dozens of local businesses and organizations will be passing out candy and treats at Boo Bash on October 31, 2018, at Spectrum Field. Boo Bash is a safe and family-friendly Trick-or-Treat event.
Bring the whole family in costume for FREE candy, inflatables, the costume parade and on-field hayrides. Be sure to get your photo with and say hi to Phinley – the Clearwater Threshers mascot!

South Seminole Heights Trick or Treat at Rivercrest Park | 6:30pm
Neighbors set up and decorate tables to hand out candy in the park! This event attracted nearly a thousand kids last year!

Not sure what to do with the leftover Halloween candy?

Here are great ways to pass along a sweet treat to our troops:

OperationGratitude.com

and

HalloweenCandyBuyBack.com | There are more than 21 dentist offices in area participating: $1 for every pound of candy—partner with organizations to ship care packages with candy and toothbrush to troops overseas.