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PARMA, Ohio - For children and adults who count down the days for the arrival of Halloween, Parma is the place to be for ghostly fun.
The following special events will take place in Ohio's seventh largest city:
1. Old World Parma Treat & Greet
On Saturday, Oct. 26, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Old World Parma will host the third annual Treat & Greet in Polish Village along Ridge Road between Pearl Road and Thornton Drive. Over 35 businesses will pass out over 16,000 pieces of candy. There will be face painting, snacks and prizes. Adults will receive a map and passport card to have validated at each business stop. Completed passports will earn an entry for a grand prize.
2. Stearns Homestead Farm "Boo-tastic Bash "
On Saturday, Oct. 26, from 2-5 p.m., Parma Area Jaycees presents "Boo-tastic Bash" at Stearns Homestead Farm located at 6975 Ridge Road. There will be crafts, games, face-painting and a costume contest. Please bring a $2 donation or a non-perishable food item to benefit Parma Hunger Center and Parma Heights Food Pantry.
3. The Shoppes at Parma Trick or Treat
On Thursday, Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m., Parmatown Mall/The Shoppes at Parma located at 7899 W. Ridgewood Drive will pass out treats to kids, 12 and under, while supplies last.
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