Crocker Park to Host Annual Tricks & Treats Halloween Event

(Cleveland, OH) - Crocker Park, in Westlake, will host their annual Tricks & Treats event presented by Sylvan Learning of Westlake this Saturday, October 24 from 2pm-4pm. The community event includes an outdoor trick or treat with participating stores and restaurants at Crocker Park, the Express Train and live music.

Crocker Park’s Tricks & Treats event invites families to dress up in their Halloween costumes and go trick or treating around the park to the various participating stores and restaurants. Vendors, including Sylvan Learning Center, Julie Billiart School and Horizon ATA Karate will be spread out throughout the streets, the Express Train will be available for spooky rides around the park, and live music will be performed by The Band Simple on the Roche Wealth Management of Raymond James stage. Families can enjoy the event and grab lunch or an early dinner following at one of the 30+ restaurants throughout Crocker Park. To keep in mind health and safety guidelines, all employees handing out candy will be wearing face masks, and all visitors trick or treating are asked to also wear masks and be mindful of social distancing. There will be a sanitation station located in Center Circle across from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory that guests are welcome to visit throughout the event and receive hand sanitizer, wipes, and disposable masks.

“We are thrilled to welcome families to enjoy some Halloween fun, and we cannot wait to celebrate the season with the community,” said Stacie Schmidt, Vice President of Marketing & Communications for Stark Enterprises. “While you are here, be sure to check out new additions to the property including jumping into the one-mile Fitness Loop and spotting all the pumpkins spread out around the property, which also make for great photo opportunities!” 

Trick or Treat participants include The Cheesecake Factory, Altar’d State, New Balance, and Burntwood Tavern. Each trick or treat stop will be marked with a pumpkin in the window to signify participation, and attendees can view the full list beforehand by visiting Stay tuned for new event announcements and store additions by following @CrockerPark on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and visiting

Photo courtesy of Crocker Park

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