Franklin Township's Fourth Annual Halloween on Hamilton

Trunk or Treat is a big Halloween tailgating party! Franklin Township community organizations are asked to decorate their trunks or entire vehicles and hand out candy and/or novelties to children as well as information regarding your organization to parents that stop by.

Costume Parade

Pumpkin Decorating

Fun Games

Crafts and Prizes!

Hosted by Franklin Township Parks & Recreation, Hamilton Street Business District, Week of the People

Free Admission

For further information please call 732-873-1991 opt4
NOTE: Photos/Videos taken at this event will be used for publicity purposes. Attendance implies photo/video consent

NO PETS PLEASE

Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Franklin Food Bank

Sat, October 26
1:00 pm — 3:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 10/26/2019 1:00pm 10/26/2019 3:00pm America/New_York Franklin Township's Fourth Annual Halloween on Hamilton

Trunk or Treat is a big Halloween tailgating party! Franklin Township community organizations are asked to decorate their trunks or entire vehicles and hand out candy and/or novelties to children as well as information regarding your organization to parents that stop by.

Costume Parade

Pumpkin Decorating

Fun Games

Crafts and Prizes!

Hosted by Franklin Township Parks & ...

Hamilton Street Somerset, NJ 08873

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Hamilton Street
Somerset, NJ 08873

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