Family Trick-or-Treat is Safe and Seen this Saturday at Medlar Field

The State College Spikes and Centre LifeLink EMS are bringing this year's safest and most fun children's trick-or-treating event -- Safe and Seen -- to Medlar Field this Saturday from 4-6!

The event is designed for young trick-or-treaters and their families and includes fun activities for children and their families. Admission and parking are free.

Kids can wear favorite Halloween costumes and bring a bag or bucket to be filled by area non-profit agencies or community supporters stationed throughout the ballpark. Trick-or-treaters will be invited to go "door to door" to visit each participating group to collect treats and other fun items.

Families can also enjoy ambulance tours, fall crafts, kids games, meet and greets with Spikes mascots and more. The event will be held rain or shine as most of the activities and trick-or-treat stations will be under cover.

Want to give back? Fans attending Safe & Seen can take part in a county-wide effort to collect funds and dry goods for the American Red Cross and the emergency food pantry at the FaithCentre in Bellefonte. Red Cross donation cans and food donation boxes will be available at Medlar Field during the event. There is a particular need for shelf stable microwavable meals, easy-open soup cans, boxed cereal, single-serve oatmeal, granola bars, peanut butter, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes and new socks. Fans attending the event are also encouraged to bring a donation for Centre LifeLink EMS in support of their life-saving services.

Medlar Field at Lubrano Park will play host to the Spikes’ defense of their New York-Penn League title in 2017. For more information on season tickets, as well as a variety of group packages and experiences for the 2017 season, fans can inquire with a Spikes ticket representative at call (814) 272-1711.

 

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