On Tuesday, October 31, local neighborhoods will open their doors to swarms of Captain Americas, Elsas and Kylos. While the majority of suburbs observe the standard 6-8 p.m. trick-or-treat time, there are some notable exceptions, which we’ve highlighted below.
Here’s your list of 2017 trick-or-treat times in Dayton
5:30- 7:30 pm
6:00- 8:00 pm
The city encourages the community to consider the following reminders:
Carry a flashlight
Go in groups with at least one adult
Go to houses with the lights on
Make sure shoes fit and costumes are short enough to prevent tripping
Use common sense. If something feels wrong, it probably is.
Dress for the weather. October brings cooler weather and sometimes windy and rainy conditions.
Wear masks or any costume that would interfere with vision or walking
Go into a home of someone you do not know
Eat any candy or other items until it has been checked over by an adult
As always, it is the parents’ decision as to whether children should participate in the activity
Dress for the weather. Beggar’s Night will not be rescheduled due to weather.
Severe weather, sporting events, and other scheduled community events may occur on Beggar’s Night. As always, it is the parents’ decision as to whether children should participate in the activity.