DALLAS TWP. —Misericordia University Cougars Baseball Team and the Department of Residence Life will offer an afternoon of Halloween-themed fun for area youngsters on Sunday, Oct. 30.
The university will hold Halloween in the Halls, a safe trick-or-treating event; a Trick-or-Treat Fair, which is a variety of activities for children; and a Halloween Baseball Game.
The Misericordia Cougars will host the third annual Halloween Baseball Game for children ages 7 to 12 beginning at 2 p.m. Oct. 30 on Tambur Field. To participate in the free event, the youngsters must wear a costume (no baseball uniforms) and parents need to remain on site for the entire game. The Cougars baseball team members will be dressed in costume.
Then, the Office of Residence Life will hold the 16th annual Halloween in the Halls from 3 to 5 p.m. Area residents are invited to bring their children, ages 12 and under, in costume to trick-or-treat on campus. This year children will register to trick-or-treat in the lobby of Michael and Tina MacDowell Hall, located adjacent to the parking lot just inside the North Gate of the campus.
Children will then be escorted by a Misericordia University student to the participating residence halls.
Also, the Residence Life staff will sponsor a Trick-or-Treat Fair from 2 to 5 p.m. on the first floor of the MacDowell Hall.
For additional information on the baseball game, contact Michael Mulvey at [email protected], or call 570-674-1490. For information on the Halloween in the Halls events, contact Laura Angeline, Residence Life Office, at 570-674-6178 or [email protected]
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