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Celebrate Halloween at township library

Bloomfield Township Public Library has announced it has designated the month of October “Hallo-Month” and have several events to celebrate the Halloween season.

On Wednesday, October 25, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., ghouls and goblins can grab their costumes and drop in for trick-or-treating at the library. Head first to Youth Services to decorate a trick-or-treating bag and pick of the first of many treats. Then follow the trick-or-treating map to find each station around the library for peanut-free goodies, Halloween-themed mini craft kids, stickers, games and lots of other cool activities. No registration is required.

After trick-or-treating, head to the library parking lot for a Trick or Treat Food Truck Rally on Wednesday, October 25, from 4 to 8 p.m. There will be several foot trucks set up in the parking lot offering ghoulishly delicious food and treats for purchase. Enjoy eating them on the library terraces.

On Thursday, October 26, at 7 p.m., Bill Konkolesky, state director for the Michigan Chapter of the Mutual UFO Network, will speak about “UFOs over Michigan.” Did you know that Michigan has some of the biggest UFO cases on record? Konkolesky will speak about these unusual and well-documented UFO sightings. He served as a consultant to Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries, History Channel’s Hangar 1 and UFO Hunters, National Geographic Channel’s The Truth Behind, and the Science Channel’s Uncovering Aliens and Close Encounters. No registration is required.


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