The Danbury Police Department is hosting a Trick or Treat event at the police station on Main Street. Danbury PAL and the Police Explorers will also be on the plaza in front of the station tonight, starting at 4pm.
Sherman Volunteer Fire Department will be once again hosting their traditional Halloween apple cider and donuts at the firehouse tonight from 5 to 9pm. Firefighters say they look forward to seeing all the kids in their costumes.
The Bethel Police Department, now located at 12 Judd Avenue, is welcoming Trick-or-Treaters for Halloween tonight. The Department will be giving out candy to visitors between 5 and 8PM.
Kent firefighters are reminding Trick or Treaters to stay safe this Halloween by crossing the street using traffic signals and crosswalks, and always make eye contact with drivers before crossing. They also asked that pedestrians keep heads up and cell phones down. The Kent Lions Club has once again purchased glow-in-the-dark necklaces to be distributed free of charge for trick or treating tonight. Staff from the Parks and Rec Department and the Resident State Trooper will be handing them out to families from 5 to 7pm, while supplies last, on North Main Street, next to Kent Library