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Halloween Safety Events 2012

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    The Metropolitan Police Department would like to remind the public of the Halloween Safety Events. Halloween Safety Events 2012 Halloween is fun for people of
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 31, 2012
      The Metropolitan Police Department would like to remind the public of the Halloween Safety Events.

      Halloween Safety Events 2012

      Halloween is fun for people of all ages, but it's important that you and your children remain safe. The MPD provides safety tips for individuals wishing to go trick-or-treating in the neighborhood.  MPD-sponsored events are also held in each of the seven police districts.  Fliers for each of the events are included in the link below.



      Please see the following link for Halloween safety tips.



      Special Note: Food 4 Families will be present at each event to collect canned goods for the holiday season and to grant VIP entrance.

      MPD Halloween Events 2012
      Police DistrictDate/TimeLocationDescriptionContact

      First District

      Tues & Wed
      Oct. 30 & 31
      6-10 pm
      First District
      101 M Street, SW

      Haunted House
      The First District annual haunted house is for children 12 and over

      (202) 698-0555
      Second District

      Oct. 31
      5-7 pm

      Second District
      3320 Idaho Avenue, NW
      Kiddie Halloween Bash
      Food and goody bags will be available and a magician will be present.
      Third District

      Oct. 31
      6-9 pm

      Third District
      1620 V Street, NW
      Party and Haunted House
      Come to the Third District for games, food & drink, and a haunted house. Young people ages 3-14 are invited. The haunted house may not be suitable to children of all ages.
      Marco Santiago
      (202) 673-6820
      Fourth and Fifth  DistrictsWednesday
      Oct. 31
      6-9 pm
      Turkey Thicket Rec. Center
      1100 Michigan Avenue, NE

      Safe Haven Halloween Celebration
      Join the Fourth and Fifth Police Districts and Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie at the Turkey Thicket Rec. Center for a safe alternative to door-to-door "trick-or-treating." The event will include games, costume contests and much more.

      This even is suitable to children of all ages.

      Derek Staten (4D)
      (202) 715-7418

      Fayette Vaughn-Lee (5D)
      (202) 698-0188

      Sixth DistrictSaturday
      Oct. 27
      1-4 pm
      Sixth District
      100 42nd Street, NE
      Halloween Kiddie Cabaret
      Come out early for a Halloween celebration with activities that will include musical chairs, food, candy and prizes for contests like "best costume."
      Sixth DistrictWednesday
      Oct. 31
      4:30-8 pm
      Boys and Girls Club #14
      3001 Benning Road, NE
      Halloween Safe Haven
      As you travel through the haunted house filled with goblins and spiders, figure out if it is a trick or really a treat. Goodie bags and snacks provided.
      Seventh DistrictWednesday
      Oct. 31
      4-9 pm
      Seventh District
      2455 Alabama Avenue, SE
      Halloween Haunted House and Safe Haven
      Come join MPD Seventh District as we scare the demons out of you. Free food, games, give-a-ways, goody-bags, radio shout outs, the most horror, best haunted house in the entire city.

      Special Guest: WPGC 95.5 Radio Station (LIVE)

      Please bring dry goods or canned food to help “Food 4 Families.” Supporters will go to the head of the entrance line.


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