2014 Trick or Treat Times in New Hampshire
It’s that time of year again when parents dress their children up in ghoulish costumes and parade them around the neighborhoods to ask for tricks or treats. Some of the costumes the children appear in are quite clever. So, below is the trick or treat times in New Hampshire.
A link to all the times for trick or treat in your town provided by WMUR .com
Remember to have fun and be safe. Happy Halloween!
I remember as a kid we used to have the really big candy bars and we would walk from neighborhood to neighborhood filling up pillow cases full of candy. Those were the fun times. We even got money back then too. A quarter was a lot of money for us back in the 60’s. That’s when Halloween was sort of safe. There was always a story or two about weirdos but you knew to stay away from their house.
My favorite candy bars were Three Musketeers, Snickers and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. What were your favorite candy bars? Leave a comment to let us know.
We live on a main road so we don’t see any trick or treaters anymore. we used to get a bunch before the subdivisions were built behind our house. I can’t blame the parents for not taking their children on our road. It can be dangerous as cars do drive faster than they should at times.