Eddy Street Commons trick-or-treat event returns
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - Eddy Street Commons gave away over 38,000 pieces of candy Tuesday night as part of its annual trick-or-treat event.
Kids also enjoyed activities, including crafts, games, a costume parade and a dance party.
“It’s so much fun and they are anxious to get out. Last year a lot of them couldn’t go trick-or-treating so we couldn’t do this event. We had to take last year off. Eddy Street Commons is back...To watch these kids, that is entertainment, first front row style. They have a great time, and the DJ hams it up. We do a costume parade and music with dancing and it’s a lot of fun to witness,” " said Chief Coordinator Eric Bowlin.
Local law enforcement showed up too.
“We’ve got South Bend’s finest that are going to be here, police and fire, with their displays and with some of their equipment,” Bowlin said.
Organizers said they plan to have the event again next year.
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