There is a free Halloween event Tuesday night open to all children, especially those that may not always enjoy aspects of the holiday.
The Advanced Institute for Development and Learning will set up 19 car trunks for an inclusive trunk-or-treat event, complete with food allergy friendly candy and more.
Organizer Bri Miluk says for those children with food allergies, enteral feeding, and for those who may need sensory friendly fun this trick-or-treat will cater to your family.
The event is open to the public and will run from 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. rain or shine.
Miluk says if your child is not comfortable wearing a costume there are plenty of games and decorations to enjoy.
Miluk says there will be a trunk decoration winner and you can help vote for your favorite.
The Advanced Institute for Development and Learning is located at
545 Verdae Blvd in Greenville, South Carolina.
For more information call (864) 640-4970.