When is Trick-or-Treating in Brookfield and Elm Grove?

Brookfield and Elm Grove have different trick-or-treat hours so greedy goblins might be inclined to hit more than one

Goblins and ghouls, princesses, fairies and superheroes will walk the streets seeking sweet treats on Halloween night in the City and Town of Brookfield and on the Saturday night before Halloween in Elm Grove.

Here are the community-wide trick-or-treat hours:

  • City of Brookfield: 5 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31
  • Town of Brookfield: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31
  • Village of Elm Grove: 5 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27

Want more Halloween information? Check out Patch's Halloween section with recipes, haunted houses and more.

And before you send your little ones to collect their goodies, here are some trick-or-treating safety guidelines from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration:

  • Wear costumes made of fire-retardant materials; look for “flame resistant” on the label.
  • Wear bright, reflective costumes or add strips of reflective tape so you’ll be more visible.
  • Wear makeup and hats rather than masks that can obscure your vision.
  • Test the makeup you plan to use by putting a small amount on the arm of the person who will be wearing it a couple of days in advance. If a rash, redness, swelling, or other signs of irritation develop where the makeup was applied, that's a sign of a possible allergy.
  • Check FDA’s list of color additives to see if makeup additives are FDA approved. If they aren’t approved for their intended use, don’t use it.
  • Don’t wear decorative contact lenses unless you have seen an eye care professional and gotten a proper lens fitting and instructions for using the lenses.
  • Don’t eat candy until it has been inspected at home.
  • Trick-or-treaters should eat a snack before heading out, so they won’t be tempted to nibble on treats that haven’t been inspected.
  • Tell children not to accept—or eat—anything that isn’t commercially wrapped

Here are some more Halloween tips from the FDA, and here are a few more from the Mayo Clinic.


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