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Trunk or Treat Returns to The Shops at Atlas Park on Halloween

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Oct. 28, 2019 By Allie Griffin

Glendale’s annual Trunk or Treat returns to The Shops at Atlas Park for its third year on Thursday.

Community members are invited to decorate the trunks of their cars and fill them with candy to give to trick-or-treaters at the shopping center.

The event begins at 4:30 p.m. at the center lawn and ends at 6 p.m. on Halloween.

The Trunk or Treat is free and open to children of all abilities. It’s a safe and fun way for the children of the community to trick or treat in a secure location, the organizers said in a post.

There will be prizes for the best decorated cars and a free after party at Laser Bounce, 80-28 Cooper Ave, with a live DJ and costume contest.

After the after party, Laser Bounce is offering a special eat and play package. For $9.95 a person, they’re offering one slice of pizza, a drink and a 20 credit game card and $12.95 includes all of the above plus one extra slice of pizza.

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