•Monday, 6 to 8 p.m. - South Williamsport Area High School, for any South Williamsport resident, age 3 to 11 in costume, candy and activities. Sponsored by Family Career Community Leaders of America.
•Tuesday, 6 to 8 p.m. - Lycoming Mall.
•Wednesday, 6 to 7:30 p.m. - Westfield, Knoxville.
•Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m. ä Avis, Blossburg, Covington Township, DuBoistown, Elkland, Hughesville, Jersey Shore, Lawrenceville, Loyalsock Township, Mansfield, Mill Hall, Montgomery, Montoursville, Muncy, Old Lycoming Township, Picture Rocks, Renovo, Richmond Township, South Williamsport, Tioga Borough, Williamsport, Woodward Township.
•Wednesday, 6 to 9 p.m. - Lock Haven, Milton
•Saturday, 6 to 8 p.m. - Wellsboro and Halloween Path, through Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. This yearás theme is 'The Holidays.' Canton, immediately following parade.
Sources: state Department of Transportation, Teachersá Insurance Plan, National Safety Council
•Obey speed limits and watch for children walking along the road or who may run into the street.
•Be particularly careful when driving either over a hill or around a curve where visibility is limited.
•Use high beams to see and be seen.
•Carry a flashlight or glow stick.
•Always cross the street at corners and look both ways before crossing.
•Walk, do not run when crossing streets.
•Stay on the sidewalk. If none is available, walk facing the lane of traffic carrying a flashlight.
•Pay attention to surroundings and dangers that traffic may present.
•Do not eat any unwrapped candy or treats until they are seen and inspect by parents or guardians at home.
•Have parents or other adults inspect all treats.
•Trick-or-treat within your neighborhood, only to homes you know.
•Never enter homes or accept rides from strangers.
•Take younger children trick-or-treating while there is still day light.
•Eat before heading out for trick-or-treating, to lesson chances of digging in on the way.
•Establish a return time.
•Pin a slip of paper with the childás name, address and phone number inside a pocket in case the trick-or-treater gets separated from the group.
•Wear light-colored costumes made of material that is flame retardant.
•Shorter costumes prevent tripping.
•Add reflective tape or stripes to costumes for greater visibility.
•Use face make-up, not hoods or masks that can obscure the face and vision. Use make up that is labeled with âMade with U.S. approved color additives, âLaboratory tested,ã âMeets Federal Standards for Cosmetics,ã or âNon-toxic.ã
•Costumes should be loose, so warm clothes can be worn underneath.
•Knives, swords and other accessories should be made from cardboard or flexible materials. Children should not carry sharp objects.