Easton and Wilson will hold trick-or-treating on Halloween night -- Wednesdsay, Oct. 31 -- from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m...for now, anyway.
As of Friday night, Hurricane Sandy hadn't derailed Easton's Halloween plans, with both trick-or-treating and the Halloween parade were still on schedule.
If you're taking your kids out -- or letting them go on their own-- make sure they have reflective clothing and costumes that allow them to see.
Easton Mayor Sal Panto also cautions parents to check all treats before letting children eat them.
Easton and Phillipsburg will hold their annual Halloween parade on Sunday, starting at 3 p.m. on South Main Street in Phillipsburg.
The parade will head across the Free Bridge into Easton, continuing west along Northampton Street and into Centre Square before disbanding along North Third Street.