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If you are looking for an alternative to Trick-or-Treating through the neighborhood, then look no further. The Martin County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a Trunk or Treat event on Halloween to provide a safe, controlled and fun environment for the children.

On Thursday, October 31st from 5pm – 9pm, come out and enjoy this free, family fun event. There will be music, food, popcorn, snow cones, hayrides, a petting zoo, face painting, a bounce house, food trucks and loads of free candy! This event is open to the public and admission is free!

Where: Martin County Sheriff’s Office – 800 SE Monterey Road, Stuart

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Grab your ghouls, goblins, princesses and superheroes and bring them to beautiful Historic Downtown Stuart for the FREE Family Fun Fest, presented by Stuart Main Street Downtown Business Association.

Kids can trick-or-treat at the different merchants in Downtown Stuart and then participate in the 21st annual Hobgoblin Parade. Lots of fun to be had, such as arts and crafts, face painting, pumpkins, a bounce house, hay rides - courtesy of Islamorada Beer Company, kid’s club with Home Depot, photos with Disney villain characters and painting the Stuart Police Department patrol car. Adults, don’t fret there will be wine, beer and food vendors as well! Dress up and come have a Spooktacular time!

Events Schedule:

*Merchant Trick-or-Treating –

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It’s almost that time again for the parade of kids dressed up in the array of costumes looking for candy.If you are passing out goodies, be on the lookout for blue pumpkins or bags this year. This signifies that they are on the Autism spectrum.

 In 2018 the CDC determined that approximately 1 in 59 children is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder or ASD. An estimated one-third of people with autism are non-verbal. 31% of children with ASD have an IQ less than 70, and 25% are in the borderline range of 71-85.  Nearly two-thirds of children with autism between the ages of 6 and 15 have been bullied.

 A blue Halloween bucket has become an unofficial symbol of awareness for autism. The blue bucket provides a subtle, way of alerting people

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