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Trick-or-treating in Vallejo | Where to find events, candy, family fun

There's a Nightmare on Glenn Street and some trick or treating in Downtown Vallejo. Here's where to go for Halloween events this year.

VALLEJO, Calif. — There’s no shortage of trick-or-treating in Vallejo. The city has hordes of locals coming together for a number of Halloween events.

If going to door-to-door isn’t working out or if it just isn't on your agenda, your neighbors in downtown Vallejo have plenty of treats without any of the tricks.

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Here’s where to head in Vallejo for 2019 trick-or-treating:

Trick or Treat in Downtown Vallejo

When: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26

Where: Historic Downtown Vallejo

About: The downtown businesses are getting into the Halloween spirit as they invite kids to dressed up and trick-or-treat. 

For more information, click HERE

Nightmare on Glenn Street

When: 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 

Where: Children’s Wonderland at 360 Glenn St.

About: Brought together by the Greater Vallejo Recreation District, Nightmare on Glenn Street returns for 2019’s Halloween celebrations. Guests can enjoy a hay maze, haunted hallway, bounce houses, and a costume contest. Trick-or-treating is scheduled for 6 p.m.

For more information, click HERE.

PAW Patrol Trick-or-Treat Event

When: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 from

Where: Target at 904 Admiral Callaghan Lane

About: Kids are invited to their local target to trick-or-treat in costume around the store. They’ll also be able to watch a feature episode of PAW Patrol.

More information, click HERE.

Practice safe trick-or-treating

Remember, before you dig into that bag of treats, check for any tricks. 

The American Academy of Pediatrics [AAP] says although tampering is rare, "a responsible adult should closely examine all treats and throw away any spoiled, unwrapped or suspicious items." 

But we shouldn't just examine candy for tampering, if your child has any food allergies, make sure to dispose of any candy that could cause a "life-threatening reaction." 

Most popular Halloween candies, according to AAP, contain common allergens: tree nuts, milk, egg, soy or wheat. If everything looks good, then dig it, but don't eat everything all at once. 

Rationing your Halloween candy will not only prevent upset stomachs, but will you to enjoy your Halloween candy for days, and even weeks, later.

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