Trick-or-Treaters Welcome at BSU & NTC Campus for Halloween Activities

Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College will host free, family-friendly Halloween activities for the Bemidji-area on Oct. 31.

Bemidji State University

The annual student-hosted trick-or-treating event will take place from 5-7 p.m. in Oak, Pine, Tamarack, Linden and Birch residential halls and many floors will be decorated in Halloween themes, with students participating in costumes of their own. The activity, hosted by Residential Life and free and open to the public, welcomes trick-or-treaters to stop by the front desk of each hall for more information and maps of the participating buildings. Some lobbies and lounges will also feature games and prizes for children along with snacks for their families.

Northwest Technical College

Additionally, Northwest Technical College will host the annual “NTC Halloween Fun Street” from 4-6:30 p.m. on campus. Planned and organized by NTC students, the event provides a warm, safe and educationalenvironment with games, activities, a hayride, trick-or-treating and fun for kids of all ages. The NTC main building will be separated into different streets, such as candy street, book street, game street, craft street and more.

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