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Fans of fall activities and all things Halloween can gear up for Sunday, Oct. 27, when Royal Oak is set to host its 36th annual Spooktacular event. Starting at noon and lasting until 6 p.m., there is a free trick-or-treating portion and sections that will require a Spooky Pass for participants 12 years old and younger. Accompanying parents do not have to purchase a pass.
“Spooky Pass Holders will receive at check-in [a] trick to treat bag, map, clues to the Community Choice Credit Union Treasure Hunt, Spooky Pass that will grant you access to the bounce houses, Blake’s Cider Mill cider & donut, pick a pie pumpkin out of the Blake’s pumpkin patch, photo at the photo booth and games,” write event organizers.
The free trick-or-treating event will take place between 1 and 4 p.m. in Downtown Royal Oak. The nearly 40 participating businesses will have numbers on their windows and “directional signage” letting parents and kids know where to go next.
To find out more about the event and purchase tickets in advance visit gaybe.am/or.