Bellarmine University’s residence halls will host free community trick-or-treating on October 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. Students and Residence Life staff will provide candy, food and activities for costumed children.
Students will hand out candy in the residence hall lobbies, and in the hallways outside their rooms. The residence halls will be decorated for Halloween, and children can participate in activities such as coloring and face-painting.
Families should park on campus at Knights Hall, on the Norris Place side of Bellarmine’s campus. A shuttle will transport visitors to the residence halls for trick-or-treating. Directions to Bellarmine are available online
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