Alternatives for trick or treating at CCG Pediatric BLog

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There is a 50% chance of rain on Halloween. Here are some alternative  ideas from grkids.com (Betsy B.) for trick or treating.

Warm and Dry Ideas for Halloween in Grand Rapids

If one thing is for sure, it’s that the weather on Halloween is always unpredictable.

With our handy Indoor Halloween Activity Guide we’ve got you covered, whether you plan to venture out on the 30th or the 31st.


October 30
  • Trick or Treat in the Museum. 4:00–5:00 PM. Trick or treat at the museum – pre-registration is required. Free. Lakeshore Museum Center, 504 W. Clay Ave, Muskegon.
  • Catch Air Halloween Party and Trick or Treat. 10:00 AM-7:00 PM. Each paying child in costume will receive a Catch Air Halloween bag with a free pass and several goodies inside, plus, you can spend your evening tricking and treating throughout our fun and safe facility. $6/walkers up to 2 years, $9/3 – 10 years old, 2 adults free/child. Catch Air, 2978 28th St SE, Grand Rapids.
  • Kids Carnival. 6:00–8:30 PM. Join us for a FREE family-friendly event, filled with games, activities, candy, and a show featuring special guest, Jump Rope Master Peter Nestler! Free. Resurrection Life Church, 5100 Ivanrest Ave, Grandville.
  • Monster Bash. 6:00–8:00 PM. Celebrate Fall at the Ferrysburg City Hall includes dancing, cider, donuts, prizes and loads of fun! Free. Ferrysburg City Hall, 17290 Roosevelt Rd, Spring Lake.
  • Kid’s Night Out – BOO Bash. 5:30–9:00 PM. A fun night out for potty-trained kids ages 3 years old to 11 years old to come enjoy a night of spooky games, trick-or-treating, swimming, pizza and more (must pre-register)! Members $20/ Non-Members $26. MVP Sportsplex, 4035 Burton St SE, Grand Rapids.
  • The Haunting at Heather Hills. 6:00–8:00 PM. Hayrides, trick or treating, face painting, haunted houses, games, entertainment, and food! Free. Heather Hills, 1055 Forest Hills Ave, Grand Rapids. 
  • Rosewood Reformed in Jenison. 6:00 – 9:00 PM. Bouncehouse, candy, donuts, hot cocoa, cider, cookies, pizza and games! Free. Rosewood Reformed Church, 2795 Rosewood Street, Jenison.
October 31
  • Candy Land Halloween Event. 4:00–7:00 PM. Walk our indoor Candy Land trail, learning the history of the Bible as you walk through collecting lots of candy ending the trail end with fun carnival games! Free. Jenison Bible Church, 6360 14th Ave, Hudsonville.
  • Costume Contest and Skate. 1:00-4:00 PM. Come skating, wear your Halloween costume and we will have a contest for the best dressed! $5/person. Woodland Skating, 2100 28th St, Grand Rapids.
  • First Baptist in Lowell. 6:00-8:00 PM. Inflatables, lots of candy, games, popcorn, and cotton candy!! Free. First Baptist Church of Lowell, 2275 West Main St, Lowell.
  • Indoor Trick or Treating at Pilgrim Manor. 4:30-5:45 PM. Staff, family, & community members are all welcome to stop by to load up your child’s candy bag and snack on some donuts & cider from Robinette’s before going door to door – our residents will be handing out candy and they are looking forward to seeing your costumes! Pilgrim Manor, 2000 Leonard St NE, Grand Rapids.
  • Calvin College Light in the Night. 6:00-8:00 PM. Dress up, stay dry and warm as you safely trick or treat through all the buildings in Knoll Crest East Apartments collecting candy and playing carnival games in each lobby. Note: Some time will be spent outside as you move from building to building. Free, please bring a canned food to donate. Calvin College – Knollcrest East Apartments, 3475 Burton ST SE, Grand Rapids

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