CANCELLED: Trunk or Treat at UUC

This event has been cancelled on Sunday, October 31, due to lack of pre-registration. 

Back of a car open and showing decorations inside: string of lights and glowing ghosts and pumpkins and "tombstone" reading "Trick or Treat"

Trunk or Treat is a socially-distanced Halloween event which is geared toward children, but open to the whole UUC community. Volunteers will park their car, decorate their trunk for Halloween, and have treats in individual bags for trick-or-treaters to pick up. Costumed kids, families, and Halloween aficionados will gather treats and enjoy the displays in socially-distanced groups with masks on.

We are asking anyone interested in decorating their trunk and providing treats to sign up in UUC Connect by Saturday, October 30. We are limited by space to 20 cars. The parking lot will be reserved for the event, so participants who are not also decorating their cars should plan using street parking. Sunday worship attendees should plan to leave the UUC parking lot by 1 p.m. for the event set up. Trick-or-treaters do not need to sign up ahead of time.

From 1–1:50 p.m., drivers can park in spots labeled with an X on the west side of the UUC parking lot to decorate their trunks. Park so that your trunk is facing outward into the middle of the parking lot, for Trunk-or-Treaters .

All treats should be in individually wrapped goodie bags, so they can be lined up for Trunk-or-Treaters to grab, while continuing social distance, per CDC guidelines. Any treats (baked or bought) containing peanuts should be labeled, and if you bake something that is gluten free or dairy free, please label it so kids with allergies can enjoy.

All participants must wear masks appropriate for preventing the spread of Covid-19 and maintain at least 3 feet of distance between family units. There will be a designated Trunk-or-Treating route through the parking lot. The event will end promptly at 3 p.m.

The event will happen rain or shine, and is intended for the UUC community rather than the wider neighborhood. Please contact Melody Moberg with any questions, at