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Posted on September 17th, 2019 by Lara


Tricks-n-Treats is a month-long event held each October to promote fall fun! Enjoy free fun while engaging with friends, family, and neighbors. It is organized by multiple Granville and Licking County agencies.

Thank you to the 2019 partners; Bryn Du Mansion, Federated Clubs of Granville, Granville Area Chamber of Commerce, Granville Public Library, Granville Recreation District, Kendal At Granville, Licking County Community Center, Licking Park District, Middleton, Robbins Hunter Museum, and Welsh Hills School.

For a full list of October Fun click here for the postcard of events!

Saturday, October 19
Fabulous Fall Fun & Craft • 11AM-NOON
Fall is full of fabulous fun. As the change of season comes, families are invited to come explore at Spring Valley Nature Preserve. Enjoy an exciting time of fun and adventure as we explore. Dress for the weather and plan to get wet. 

Saturday, October 19
Murder Mystery In A Box • 5-9PM
Crack the case! Play the role of detective. If you are a fan of mystery or suspense novels, you can step into one and become a detective yourself. Bring finger food to share and unleash your inner detective as we come together to solve the mystery for those 18 years and older.

Entry Drop Off Times: October 24, 3:30-6:30PM & October 25, 9AM-NOON
The Great Granville Pumpkin Competition
The community of all ages, are invited to drop off their family-friendly carved pumpkin to be displayed on the College Town House lawn during The Great Granville Pumpkin Walk. – Granville Recreation District & Federated Clubs of Granville

Vote your favorite for the people choice award. Voting takes place on the front porch of the College Town House from October 25-30. People’s Choice Award winner announced during Trick-or-Treat.

NOTE: Entries must be picked up at the end of trick-or-treat on 10/31 (entries that are not picked up will be recycled/composted).

October 25 – October 31
The Great Granville Pumpkin Walk • Lit In Evenings
Begin your walk through the community carved pumpkin patch on the front lawn of the College Town House. Experience the fall whimsy and see pumpkins aglow throughout downtown. Vote your favorite on the porch of the College Town House.