10 Trick-or-Treating Hoods & Events You Have to Hit

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Grab your biggest treat bag and get your bell-ringing fingers ready. We know which neighborhoods and community events you should hit this Halloween. From parades to merchant trick-or-treating, there are frights and delights from Lincoln Square to Naperville — so many, in fact, you might need a second bag to carry your haul. Here are our picks that are guaranteed to get your little ghouls and goblins running for more, more, more!

Logan Square

Logan Square is known for spookily decorated homes and generous candy-giving on Halloween. Kick off the holiday on Sun., Oct. 30, when costumed parents and kids meet at 5 p.m. at the Illinois Centennial Monument for the Annual Logan Square Halloween Parade. The band Mucca Pazza will perform, with band members dressed in their ghoulish best. You’ll march down historic Kedzie Blvd., landing at Lula Cafe (2537 N. Kedzie Blvd.), where you’ll be greeted with free cookies and cider. On Halloween, head to Bernard St. between Fullerton and Wrightwood, where families go all-out to greet trick-or-treaters with good candy and cheer.

The Logan Square Halloween Parade kicks off on Sun., Oct. 30, at 5 p.m., at the Illinois Centennial Monument (3200 W. Logan Blvd.).
Participation is free. 

Photo: Mucca Pazza by CB Lindsey

Which neighborhood will you trick-or-treat in this year? Let us know in the Comments!

— Amy Bizzarri

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