By Laci Sutton / Staff W
Spooky season has arrived, which means it’s time for some spooky activities.
For Hutchinson Community College students who don’t feel like getting dressed up to go out for some nostalgic trick-or-treating, but also don’t want to stay in and binge Halloween movies, the HutchCC resident hall will be hosting a costume Halloween dance on Oct. 30. The dance is open to HutchCC dorm students for a night to take a break from studying.
If you’re like HutchCC sophomore Matt Watson, maybe a dance isn’t your cup of tea.
“I probably wouldn’t go unless my friends do,” Watson said.
Have no fear, there are a few more options out in the community to fulfill your spoopy needs.
Midway Motors on 30th Ave. in Hutchinson is hosting its second-annual trunk-or-treat.
The event is on from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. on Oct. 26 and is free for all ages.
Nickerson is also hosting a trunk-or-treat, open to all ages, at the Nickerson Community Center, 11 N Nickerson Street, on Halloween from 5:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. The event will include games and snacks as well as prizes for the best costume. They will also have a disco and a photo booth.