Halloween may officially be over, but there is a little more Halloween fun left in the Ann Arbor area.
Halloween Candy Buy Backs
Did your child collect too much Halloween candy this year? Do you have a lot of candy that you didn’t give out? The good news is that there are a number of Candy Buy Back programs available locally.
We were planning on the Rolling Hills event, but we have a conflict with one of my daughter’s after school activities. In the end, it didn’t matter as we ended up not carving pumpkins this year. My daughter has ramped up both homework and extra-curricular activities, so we never had time to get to the pumpkin patch or carve pumpkins.
Moving On From Halloween
Of course, you don’t want to forget about Thanksgiving. There are a few Thanksgiving themed events.
Of course, with Halloween past, everyone’s attention turns to Christmas. Over the last week I have been adding Christmas events to the calendar. Keep your eye out for a List of Dining with Santa events on Tuesday, November 1 and the list of Tree Lightings and Parades on November 4. These may seem really early, but Santa meals can sellout and need to be booked early.