Trick-or-treaters are welcome to pop into city hall before doors close Wednesday night to pick up traditional treats - or things like spooky pencils and erasers.
"Right now, in some of the stores, the Christmas lights are out and they have different teal versions of those lights and they can be strung across the porch, or on a pumpkin".
For most kids Halloween is about costumes and candy, but kids with allergies have fewer options and the holiday can be a tricky time for them and their parents.More news: Kelly's Lawyer Accuses NBC Of Leaking Dirt During Departure Negotiations
FARE's Teal Pumpkin Project promotes safety and inclusion for all trick-or-treaters by encouraging people to provide non-food treats on Halloween.
Kristin Kolaszewski, a Green Bay area mom, knows how tricky Halloween can get when there's a child at home with food allergies.
Hy-Vee is now selling $1 gifts and teal pumpkins, hoping that more people will participate in this project. On FARE's website, you can find ideas for non-food treats. One in 13 children has a food allergy in the US and the alternatives allow those children to avoid potential triggers for their allergies.More news: VP Pence Blasts 'Hollywood Liberals,' Oprah's Support for Dem Abrams
A map of the participating homes is available online.
Coloradans out trick-or-treating for Halloween are sure to see all sorts of decorated jack-o'-lanterns. "Just a small bowl with like five of your non-food items, and then a separate bowl for the candy".
The Macon County Health Department says almost six million kids have a food allergy.More news: Beyoncé Is the Fastest Woman in the World on Halloween