The Junior League of Greenwich (JLG) hosted more than 200 trick-or-treaters on Halloween night at the JLG Headquarters on East Putnam Avenue. With the Junior League Headquarters located in the heart of a popular neighborhood for trick-or-treaters, the JLG invited local parents, kids, and pets to stop by for refreshments and candy. Many families used the house as a meeting point to begin their Trick-or-Treating down Park Place; a street known by locals for its many haunted houses on Halloween night.
The Junior League Headquarters was decorated with orange twinkle lights, spider webs, black bats and spooky carved pumpkins on the front porch, which served as a photo backdrop for families to take pictures of their children in costume. The side of the house was lit up with dancing fire and ice lights, and the walkway and sidewalk were lined with black and white luminaries and candy corn cones.
Trick-or-Treaters and their families were greeted with water, pretzels, chips, veggie platters and bags of candy in the shape of a hand.
The Junior League of Greenwich looks forward to continuing this now annual tradition serving the Greenwich community.