Who said college students were too old to trick-or-treat?
On October 28, the city of College Station is hosting Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek from 5 to 10pm at Wolf Pen Creek Park. The event is free and open to all ages with costumes encouraged.
In addition to mountains of candy and carnival fun, the Arts Council of Brazos Valley will be putting on a free art exhibition, titled Tales of the Summer. The Arts Council, which has been a part of the Brazos Valley community for 45 years, is excited to present lots of original paintings, photographs, and sculptures by over 35 local artists. The exhibition is sure to bring patrons right back to those warm summer months.
Candy will be in abundance at the event as dozens of booths set up by businesses and organizations
from throughout the city have signed on to set up shop along the walking path. Some booths will also
set up games and have giveaways. The event will also include carnival games, face paining, a hay maze, a petting zoo, and much more.
Food vendors will also be available at the event if guests do not want to bring refreshments of their own.
Guests are allowed to bring their own refreshments to the event and may use a cooler of their own, but
leave your alcohol and pets at home as this is a family event!
Worried about where to park? No need. You can park at Post Oak Mall and there will be a shuttle to take patrons to and from Wolf Pen Creek Park at Post Oak Mall as well as the Arts Council of Brazos Valley.
This free, family friendly event is sure to kick Halloween off with a sugar-coated bang. Come on down to Wolf Pen Creek Park on Friday October 28 and join in the fun.