2011 Trick or Treat times for Columbus

2011 Trick or Treat times for Columbus

There are 70 comments on the Examiner.com story from Sep 30, 2011, titled 2011 Trick or Treat times for Columbus. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

As the weather cools, the leaves change, and the sound of football fills the airwaves all weekend long, kids, and those of us who are just young at heart, have yet one more reason to love the fall season: Halloween.

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I hope it rains

Blacklick, OH

#1 Oct 1, 2011
The swarms of Section 8 flies and carloads of out-of-towners have ruined Beggars Night in the 'burg.
Hear Hear

United States

#2 Oct 1, 2011
I hope it rains too and the busloads stick to their own neighborhoods.

We turn out our lights and shut the doors when we see those vans pull up.

Those are the same vans that bused kids into the Scioto Mile to poop in it.
T or T smell my feet

Delaware, OH

#3 Oct 1, 2011
I hope it rains wrote:
The swarms of Section 8 flies and carloads of out-of-towners have ruined Beggars Night in the 'burg.
Yeah, they go out all 3 nights for trick or treat nights, just to get all the candy they can get.
George Jefferson

Millbury, OH

#4 Oct 1, 2011
T or T smell my feet wrote:
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Yeah, they go out all 3 nights for trick or treat nights, just to get all the candy they can get.
The rest of the country calls it Halloween and celebrates it on the 31st, but the cowtown mentality here refuses to get with the program.
Dentistry Conspiracy

Phoenix, AZ

#5 Oct 1, 2011
George Jefferson wrote:
<quoted text>The rest of the country calls it Halloween and celebrates it on the 31st, but the cowtown mentality here refuses to get with the program.
I smell the dental society in on it. hehe
sidekick

Galloway, OH

#6 Oct 1, 2011
I hate seeing the fat 15yr olds with a pillow case and some fake blood on the side of their mouth. Then, you get the moms that have a sack for the 1yr old that can't even eat candy. The kids that get all spiffied up and put a smile on my face, gets a handful of candy.
snark

Blacklick, OH

#7 Oct 1, 2011
George Jefferson wrote:
<quoted text>The rest of the country calls it Halloween and celebrates it on the 31st, but the cowtown mentality here refuses to get with the program.
Perhaps you and Nelda B. can ride together in search of an oasis for intellectuals.
George Jefferson

Millbury, OH

#8 Oct 1, 2011
snark wrote:
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Perhaps you and Nelda B. can ride together in search of an oasis for intellectuals.
Retirement and relocation can't come fast enough.
Spooktackular

United States

#9 Oct 1, 2011
No one ever comes to the bunker.
curious

Reynoldsburg, OH

#10 Oct 1, 2011
Well I recently moved here and have a 5 and 8 yr old so I dont know about any of that stuff but does anyone know when Trick or Treat is they are already talking about how they hope its as good as where we used to live.
curious

Reynoldsburg, OH

#11 Oct 1, 2011
Oh and can I get some suggestions on a good neighborhood to take them to where they will get plenty of candy and its safe.
sidekick

Galloway, OH

#12 Oct 1, 2011
curious wrote:
Oh and can I get some suggestions on a good neighborhood to take them to where they will get plenty of candy and its safe.
Any place outside of 270. You still might run into some ghosts though.
George Jefferson

Millbury, OH

#13 Oct 1, 2011
curious wrote:
Oh and can I get some suggestions on a good neighborhood to take them to where they will get plenty of candy and its safe.
Hilliard north of Roberts Rd, Upper Arlington and Dublin.
I hope it rains

Blacklick, OH

#14 Oct 2, 2011
curious wrote:
Oh and can I get some suggestions on a good neighborhood to take them to where they will get plenty of candy and its safe.
Northland, Linden or Weinland Park are three. The area around Children's Hospital is good too.
Fair grounds

Columbus, OH

#15 Oct 2, 2011
curious wrote:
Oh and can I get some suggestions on a good neighborhood to take them to where they will get plenty of candy and its safe.
Any where around the OH State fair grounds would be good.
sidekick

Galloway, OH

#16 Oct 2, 2011
curious wrote:
Oh and can I get some suggestions on a good neighborhood to take them to where they will get plenty of candy and its safe.
Ohio job and family services on wilson rd. They give bags of candy away every month. But to play it safe, try the hilltop or the bottoms, your kids might not get much candy but, it's a real haunted hoochie
Jimmy Soprano

Elyria, OH

#17 Oct 2, 2011
Fat kids, candy and cavities! Can anybody say Juvenile Diabetes? Remember to Vote YES on Issue 2 this November! Ohio Senate Bill 5 must pass! Thank you!
Kathy

Athens, OH

#18 Oct 8, 2011
Goodness folks, poking fun at section 8 and less than desirable neighborhoods, really?? The kids can't help where they come from. Blah blah argue all day about their buses and some behaviors, make fun of their neighborhoods.. It is crap to be an adult and act this way. Sorry not all kids come from, "north of Roberts rd..." talk about the parents if u want but don't be crappy about kids.
I hope it rains

Blacklick, OH

#19 Oct 8, 2011
Kathy wrote:
Goodness folks, poking fun at section 8 and less than desirable neighborhoods, really?? The kids can't help where they come from. Blah blah argue all day about their buses and some behaviors, make fun of their neighborhoods.. It is crap to be an adult and act this way. Sorry not all kids come from, "north of Roberts rd..." talk about the parents if u want but don't be crappy about kids.
You mean the parents who bring their kids into my neighborhood, drop them off at one end of the street, creep along in the car yelling at them to move faster and pick them up at the end of the street and ride them over to the next street to do it all again? Those parents?
Kathy

Athens, OH

#20 Oct 8, 2011
I hope it rains wrote:
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You mean the parents who bring their kids into my neighborhood, drop them off at one end of the street, creep along in the car yelling at them to move faster and pick them up at the end of the street and ride them over to the next street to do it all again? Those parents?
YES, those parents! I don't like poor parenting either but I care about all kids. I live in a nice neighborhood and it is by the grace of whoever anyone may believe in. I was that kid.. Terribly abused growing up, dropped out of school, in shelters. A runaway.. Why, poor parenting. I went to college, graduated with honors and now at age 37 make six figures. Most of the kids I met along my travels did not fare as well. However, I remember they had hopes, dreams, loved dolls and candy.. Their parents weren't able to foster good habits and they often repeated those lives. Their innocence was profound though--just as mine was. Please just look for the sweetness when they come to your door and say a prayer for those who appear beyond the innocence.

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