SUWANEE - Youngsters are invited to test out their costumes and get a head start on Halloween festivities at the City of Suwanee's annual Trek or Treat event from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, October 26, at Suwanee Creek Park.<br />
Activities include festival games, crafts, inflatables, dance competitions, and pictures with Parker, the City of Suwanee's over-sized canine mascot. A free hot dog lunch will be available while supplies last. <br />
Trek or Treat is a free event designed particularly for children 10 and younger. <br />
For a more "thrilling" Halloween experience, older children and adults might consider the Aurora Theatre's Terror on the Trail, taking place at Sims Lake Park on Friday and Saturday evenings through the end of October. Tickets and information are available at www.scarystroll.com/tot.html.<br />
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