With your pumpkins carved and Halloween costumes complete, it will soon be time to head out to the Village of Baytowne Wharf for a hauntingly good time at Trick or Treat Street.
"We like to be able to provide a safe, family-friendly Trick or Treating environment for our guests and homeowners," said Lanier Motes, events manager for the Village of Baytowne Wharf.
Round up your fellow ghouls, goblins and frightening friends and Trick or Treat through the streets of Baytowne Wharf, as merchants and homeowners fill your bags with Halloween goodies from 6 - 8 p.m. Oct. 31.
Kids can dance on the events stage, as a DJ will be on hand playing spooky tunes. Coconut Kids will also be offering free face painting to kids 12 and under who come to the store in costume.
And the night is not only for the kids, as restaurants and their employees around the village get into the Halloween spirit and don costumes of their own.
"You can go out to dinner and could be served by Marilyn Monroe," Motes told The Sun. "It's just a fun night for everybody."
Once your bags are full of Trick or Treat goodies, don't forget to gather on the lawn and watch the fireworks show light up the sky at 8 p.m.