(WXYZ) - Trick-or-treating in November? Officials are requesting a move for Halloween festivities for a couple of Michigan cities because of the weather from Superstorm Sandy.
The Village of New Haven has announced that scheduled trick-or-treating has been moved from October 31 to Saturday, November 3. Children are allowed to go door-to-door from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Warren Mayor Jim Fouts also requested trick-or-treating for Warren to be held on Friday, November 2.
“Heavy rains and winds are predicted for October 31 which means falling branches and slippery sidewalks and roads," said Fouts in a news release.
Fouts said he received a lot of emails and phone calls from parents asking him to change the trick-or-treating schedule. He says the change isn't mandatory, but more of a request.
Families can still choose to pass out candy on Wednesday night, though. Mayor Fouts says whichever night you choose, make sure your porch lights are on.
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