Ms. Megan Wheeler and her class and families enjoyed a classroom party after Trunk Or Treating.
The Learning Experience, one of the nation’s fastest-growing Academies of Early Education for children six weeks to six years old, in Centennial hosted a safe Halloween-themed “Neighborhood Trunk-or-Treat” event Oct. 20, from 4 to 6 p.m. at 7500 S. Peoria Street in Centennial.
Trunk-or-Treat is a fun alternative to the traditional door-to-door version of Halloween. Free and open to the community, the event allows children to “trick or treat” from vehicle to vehicle while viewing the Halloween-decorated backs and trunks of cars, minivans, and sport utility vehicles, admiring costumes, and collecting treats from the safety of The Learning Experience’s parking lot.
The free event was open to the community and attendees participated in a costume parade, and various Halloween-themed activities.
Ethan T., 3, lit up with a smile as he walked outside and saw all of the trunks decorated
Carolyn Gravit and her two daughters, Ella, 2, and Hope, 7, pose in front of their decorated trunk
Colin Baker and son Abram enjoy Trunk or Treating.
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