Night Walk on the Panhandle Trail October 22

Kids in costumes.

Kids in costumes.

Join us Saturday, October 22, 7:00 pm!

Bonfire, Free Hot Cocoa, Cider, Treat Bags for Little Folks under Age 12

Since 2000, the Night Walk on the Panhandle Trail has been a Halloween tradition in Collier Township. This year the festivities begin at 7 pm on Saturday, October 22. The Rennerdale Youth Group will carve more than 100 pumpkins donated by Lane Construction. Collier Girl Scouts and other volunteers will fill 500 treat bags, and carved jack o’ lanterns set up along a half-mile stretch of the Trail from the bridge near the Walkers Mill trailhead to the Sunnyside entrance. A bonfire lights the night and hot chocolate and sweet cider are distributed by Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail. There are Treat Bags for children aged 12 and under at the Quarry.

Free hayrides too!



The event is free but donations are welcome! Children, adults and volunteers are encouraged to wear costumes or weird hats.


Parking is available in the Public Works Yard: 110 Noblestown Road, Carnegie PA 15106.

For updates visit the Events page.

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