Traton Homes wants to wish you a happy Halloween! Do you have plans yet for your little ghouls and goblins (or princesses, or super heroes…)? Traton Homes builds in vibrant communities, that offer family-friendly activities throughout the year, and Halloween is no exception. Check out a few of these celebrations:
Fall Festival at the Safety Village
Have you had a chance to see Cobb County’s Safety Village yet? The village sits on eight acres and includes reduced-scale models of buildings that are familiar around the area. At Halloween, the village will come alive for the 12th annual Fall Festival of Fun. From 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, there will be costume and coloring contests, games, arts and crafts and more. This family-friendly event is completely free, and be sure to bring bags to hold all of your child’s candy.
The Safety Village is located at 1220 Al Bishop Drive in Marietta.
Trick or Treat Village at Earl Duncan Park at Paulding Meadows
Paulding County and West Cobb residents love the annual trick-or-treat village at Earl Duncan Park at Paulding Meadows. Children 12 and under can participate in a costume parade and register for door prizes. There will be fun, games and candy for the entire family. The village will be open Saturday from 2 to 7 p.m.
Earl Duncan Park at Paulding Meadows is located at 724 Paulding Meadows Drive in Dallas.
If you want to celebrate Halloween in Cherokee County on the 31st, the city of Woodstock is hosting KidsFest in The Park at City Center. There will be trick-or-treating, a DJ, games, Tim the Magician, Adam the Juggler, pumpkin bowling, face painting a costume contest and more. The festivities begin at 3 and end at 7, with the costume contest starting in front of the gazebo at 6 p.m. Awards will be given for the scariest, funniest and best costume.