Two Halloween events are available to families starting this weekend. More upcoming events will be published in a coming edition of the Courier-Tribune.

The Northland Rolladium, 1020 Kent St., Liberty, will host its second annual Trunk or Treat from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17.

There will be treats and a chance to skate for free. For other information, call 792-0590 or email

Metropolitan Community College's Maple Woods campus will offer a drive-thru Honk & Howl from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, in the school’s parking lots 3 and 4, 2601 NE Barry Road.

This socially distant trunk or treat will have families drive through a “spooky” parking lot and get treats from trunks. The event is described as appropriate for all ages. Food trucks will be available for individuals to purchase additional items.

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