Halloween, once a children’s holiday filled with trick-or-treating and scary homemade costumes, has become the second-most popular holiday in the United States, second only to Christmas.
But that doesn’t mean kids throughout the nation are not already dreaming of who they will dress up as this year – whether it’s Black Panther, T-Rex, The Incredibles, or Beyonce – while mapping their favorite routes throughout the neighborhoods for the best candy and the most doors they can knock.
Cicero Town President Larry Dominick and the Town Board of Trustees love to be involved in the many holiday traditions they enjoyed, both as children and now as parents and grandparents. That is why they have instituted town-wide trick-or-treat hours for Halloween.
Kids can trick-or-treat during the designated hours of 3pm to 7pm on Wednesday, October 31.