FREE FAMILY FUN! Halloween at The Y Trunk ‘n’ Treat and Glow Party Presented by Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands

By: Roxanne Davis
| Published 10/04/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Put your costumes on, gather your friends and family, and join us at The Woodlands Family YMCA for our annual Halloween at the Y Trunk 'n' Treat event. YMCAs across the city are planning community events where families can bring their children to enjoy the fall season in a fun and safe environment.

The annual Halloween at the Y, presented by Texas Children's Hospital The Woodlands, will be held at The Woodlands Family YMCA's Branch Crossing location on Friday, October 27 from 6 - 8 pm. Outdoor activities will include trunk-or-treating, carnival type games, a sweet treat walk, a photo booth, face art, bubble station, Glow Party Area with music, glow stick and much more frightful fun. Don't forget to dress to impress in your best family-friendly costume and bring a camera to capture memories from the fun evening. Kids are welcome to visit activity booths as many times as they would like and will receive a treat at each one. Free T-shirts will be available for the kids--Limited Supply. Concessions will be available for purchase.

This special event is open to the community and admission is free, so bring friends, family and co-workers. In lieu of an admission fee, each guest is asked to bring a non-perishable food item for the YMCA food pantry and help us stock their shelves for the holidays. Thank you to our generous sponsors: Texas Children's Hospital The Woodlands, Christine Hale Realty Group REMAX One, Danielle Franco, State Farm Agent, Kroger, Haynie & Company, Zuniga School of Music and Step Pediatrics.

There are still openings for vendors and vehicles for Trunk n' Treat spots. Please contact Roxanne Davis, for more info. The Woodlands Family YMCA at Branch Crossing is located at 8100 Ashlane Way, in The Woodlands. For more information on YMCA membership, programs and activities, please call 281-367-9622 or visit

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