If you are looking for a safe, fun, family Halloween event...then check out the "Safe & Seen Hallowen" Saturday at on the north campus of Erie Community College.
Nancy Blaschak, Executive Director of the American Red Cross stopped by Channel 7's "Eyewitness News This Morning" on Friday, aong with some special friends.
Parents are taking more precautions when it comes to their children’s activities, especially trick or treating.
The American Red Cross has found a way to keep that phrase alive for parents by presenting Buffalo’s premier “Safe Trick or Treating Event” where children under 12 can safely trick or treat in a family environment for ghoulish goodies inside our Haunted Hallway of Treats.
Knocking on each door to trick or treat, winding their way through and picking up safety tips along with candy and treats, parents and their children will work their way into a Creepy Kidzone loaded with valuable family safety information of all kinds and other spooktacular fun!
The American Red Cross makes having a safe and fun Halloween so easy it's Scary!
Saturday, October 29, 2011
11am - 3pm
$2.00 Per Trick or Treater
Proceeds benefit the American Red Cross, Serving Erie & Niagara Counties.
"Eerie" Community College North Campus
6205 Main Street
Williamsville, NY 14221
Click here for directions!
The Master Khechen School of Tae Kwon-Do
Don't miss appearances and performaces by:
The Buffalo Jills
North Ridge, Star Wars Fan Club
2011 Safety Exhibitors:
The "Safe and Seen" Halloween event is presented by First Niagara, and proudly co-sponsored by WKBW Channel 7, The Buffalo News, Classic Hits 104.1FM, Wegmans, ECC, and National Fuel.