Your Guide to Indoor Trick-or-Treating for Halloween
Halloween is this Thursday and rain is in the forecast. A total bummer, since trick-or-treating is the main event for the holiday and it looks like crummy weather in store for the little ones to go out and get their candy. Luckily, we have a few options for you to have some Halloween fun indoors!
- Newbury Comics
- Yankee Candle
- Piercing Pagoda
- Auntie Anne's
- Totally Pagoda
- Good News
- Toy Vault
- Kids Footlocker
- Kay Jewelers
- Shoe Show
- Hot topic
- Victoria’s Secret
- Jumpin slide
- Lee Nails
In addition to the Dartmouth Mall, a few local nursing homes are also opening their doors to the public so you can stop by for a trick-or-treating event with their residents. They’d love to see your little ones in costume and pass out treats to them. What a nice way to bring a smile to someone’s face this holiday.
- Savoy Nursing & Rehabilitation in New Bedford
- Care One in New Bedford will host their event in the lobby
- Alden Court in Fairhaven
The following nursing homes will let you visit with their residents on Halloween if you have a family member who resides there:
- The Tremont Rehabilitation and Skilled Care center
- Sippican Health Care Center Inc
- Catholic Memorial Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitative Care
One of the nursing homes has decided to host their event ahead of Halloween. The Royal of Fairhaven will be celebrating the holiday with the public tonight, Tuesday, October 29.
Sacred Heart Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitative Care will not be open to the public on Halloween, but invite you to join them in festivities on Friday, November 1.
Please let us know if you hear of any more indoor trick-or-treating events for Halloween and we will add them to the list!
Additional reporting by Samantha Masse.