Trick or Treat will actually be celebrated on Oct. 31 after a resolution passed last Thursday night by .
The original date for the township's Trick or Treat night was Oct. 26, a Friday, which was meant to coincide with the school district's elementary school celebration.
"Traditionally, we tried Halloween, but we got too much flak," said supervisor Kathy Rader. "The parents wanted to dress the kids up for the school celebration, bring them home for dinner and take them out for Trick or Treat.
Supervisors thought Oct. 26 was too early for Halloween and Sam Ashmar made the motion to move the date back to Oct. 31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.