Schertz, Texas Presents Annual ‘Trunk or Treat’ Event

The City of Schertz, Texas will host its annual “Trunk or Treat” event Thursday, Oct. 31 in the large pavilion inside Pickrell Park.

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Schertz, Texas (PRWEB) October 16, 2013

The City of Schertz, Texas will host its annual Emergency Services Schertz “Trunk or Treat” event from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31 in the large pavilion inside Pickrell Park, located at 703 Oak St.

The program provides a safe, enjoyable environment for children as an alternative to traditional trick-or-treating. It gets its name because candy is placed in car trunks before being given out.

The event is organized by the Schertz Fire Department, and more than 900 local children are projected to attend for family-friendly fun for all ages. Local law enforcement, fire and EMS personnel, as well as civic organizations and businesses, are welcome to participate. Donations are also accepted.

For more information, and to see other events put on by the City of Schertz, Texas, visit http://www.visitschertztxs.com. Upcoming events include December’s Festival of Angels, March 2014’s Wilenchik Walk for Life, Absolute Jazz in April 2014, and the Sweetheart Court coronation in May 2014. The site also has photos from events past, as well as contact information and other information about the City of Schertz. Information is also available at the Schertz Chamber of Commerce’s website at http://www.schertzchamber.org. For more information about Trunk or Treat, call 210-263-1683.

About the Company
The City of Schertz is located north of Interstate 35, on the outskirts of San Antonio. The city has been described as small, yet welcoming with a unique rustic charm. Designated as one of the best places to live in Texas, the city has a warm atmosphere, and has become one of the most beautiful areas to live in South Texas. For more information, visit the municipality website at http://www.visitschertztxs.com.


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  • Mary Spence
    City of Schertz
    210-263-1683
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