Planning Your Trick-Or-Treat Strategy
With only a few days before Halloween, we want to know your favorite part of the holiday.
The holiday for ghosts, ghouls, creepy and crawly and scary is almost here.
With a few days before until the holiday, and a weekend leading up to it, there's more than enough to do in and around Hillsborough that's ghost and ghoul themed. Since there's so many parties, trails, haunted houses—and the regular celebrations around town or mall trick-or-treats nearby, we have to ask—what's your strategies for snagging the best treats?
Here's what you need to know today:
You Need to Know About Crafts: The Hillsborough Public Library hosts a craft session for children ages four, five and six and their parents at 10 a.m. today. Register by calling the Children’s Desk at 908-369-2200, extension 14.
You Need to Know About Seeds: A two-hour class for adults examines the relationship between native plants and animals, while also explaining the secrets of growing with seeds will take place at 10 a.m. at Duke Farms. It’s $20 to attend the class and limited to 15 participants. You’ll need to call Duke Farms at 908-722-3700 to find out if there are still spots.
You Need to Know About Friday: and the fact that there’s not a lot going on in town today. As a result, the next two events are tomorrow.
You Need to Know To Buy One, Bring One: to Lord Stirling Park’s Environmental Education Center. Canned items for Somerset County Food Banks can be dropped off in the blue BOBO bins all day.
You Need to Know About Baskets: The Hillsborough High School Choir hosts a basket auction fundraiser at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Hillsborough High School. Admission is $10 and includes 25 tickets for the auction.