Dear Members & Friends
Saturday night on October 28th, the Friends of Guadalupe River State Park/Honey Creek SNA will host the annual Halloween in the Park. This is a community event that enables kids of all ages to have a safe, outdoor Trick or Treat experience. It takes place on the Haunted Trail, a trail that starts and ends at the Discovery Center. Trick or treat sites, or stations, are set up along the trail and are manned by volunteers; individuals, community businesses and organizations.
Due to the tremendous attendance, we need support from our Friends’ members and the community. Our greatest need is to have more station sponsors. A sponsor is a person or group who picks a free site on the Haunted Trail. On the day of the event they decorate it, dress up in their favorite costume and hand out treats to the kids.
Many of the sponsors have been participating in the event for years! They love using their imagination to decorate their site and enjoy the fun they have being involved with the trick or treaters.
If you cannot be a sponsor but would still like to help there are other areas in need of volunteers: food booth, trail decorating, graveyard etc.
Financial support and candy donations are greatly appreciated!
If you, your Family or your organization, such as School, Scout, Church, etc. would like to help with this worthwhile, fun-filled event, please contact:
Holly Camero at, firstname.lastname@example.org, 210 861-5004 or 210 490-4882 home
Tom Anderson at email@example.com, 210-241-1916
After hearing from you we will send you all the information you need to participate. This is a community service event for anyone needing community service hours.
Halloween at the Park is our biggest, most exciting event of the year! We look forward to your participation!