Trunk or Treat Event at Eisenhower High School for the West Valley Area

 

It’s nearly that time of year when kids of all ages love to go trick or treating for Halloween. In the past decade or so, hosted Trunk or Treat events have become more popular Halloween activities to do, especially in the Yakima Valley area. We have multiple Trunk or Treat events happening all over town and the students and staff at Eisenhower High School are joining the fray again, too.

“Get ready for a super scary Trunk or Treat.” - Eisenhower High School

 

The Eisenhower High School Trunk or Treat event is being held at the school. The South parking lot is being taken over as dozens of cars, trucks, and other vehicles plan to set up and pass out thousands of pieces of candy until they run out.

This Trunk or Treat event at Eisenhower High is definitely family-friendly, so feel free to bring along your kids and other family members, too, if they want to get some free Halloween candy. The Trunk or Treat at Ike is being held on Monday, October 31st, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The address is 611 S 44th Ave in Yakima. Want to set up a Trunk or Treat booth there? Contact Lisa at driscoll.annalisa@ysd7.org or call (509) 573-2625.

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If you are looking for Halloween-themed activities for ages 21+ to do here in the Yakima Valley, make sure to check out our Halloween guides here and here.

 

 

 

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