Halloween Trick-or-Treating

Join us on the Downtown Overland Park Trick-or-Treat trail on Saturday, October 28, from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Enjoy games and live music with Anchovy Fisherman on the clock tower patio; hit the trail to collect candy from the following Downtown businesses:

We're asking that all of our trick-or-treaters bring a non-perishable food or personal hygiene item to the event to donate to the Johnson County Christmas Bureau, the beneficiary of the 2017 Mayor's Tree Lighting Ceremony. This mission of JCCB is to provide warmth and support during the winter holiday season, increase awareness and understanding of poverty in Johnson County and to give neighbors an outlet to help neighbors - the Bureau serves between 10,000 and 12,000 low-income neighbors each year.

Collection barrels will be on the clock tower patio for the following items:

Non-Perishable Food:
* Canned Meat
* Canned Fruit
* Beans, Soups, Sauces
* Peanut Butter & Jelly
* Canned Vegetables
* Baby Food
* Rice, Pasta, Mac & Cheese

Hygiene Items:
* Soap
* Shampoo
* Diapers
* Toilet Paper
* Toothbrushes

Be sure to share your kiddos' costume with us on social media using the hashtag #DowntownOP!


Here are just a few of the fabulous costumes we spotted at the 2016 Trick-or-Treat event:

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