Your guide to local trick-or-treating that doesn’t involve knocking on doors

Your guide to local trick-or-treating that doesn’t involve knocking on doors

You don’t have to walk the neighborhoods to collect candy for eager trick-or-treaters in the Spokane/Coeur d’Alene area tonight. There are other events and ways to celebrate Halloween.

Downtown Coeur d’Alene welcomes trick-or-treaters to Sherman Avenue from 4-6 pm. Local businesses will have candy and treats.

You can stay inside and head to Riverpark Square in downtown Spokane. The shops are open for trick or treating from 6-8 pm.

Inside the mall, Mobius Children’s Museum is hosting the Broomstick Bash for kids 10 and under. For a cost of $1 per person, kids can play spooky games and make Halloween crafts from 5:30-7:30 pm.

Families can also bring kids 12 and under to Spokane Valley Mall from 6-8pm for Mall-O-Ween, where kids can trick or treat at participating stores.

Northtown Mall also has Mall-O-Ween from 6-8pm.

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