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Halloween Safety Events 2014

Halloween is fun for people of all ages, but it's important that you and your children remain safe. The MPD provides safety tips for individuals wishing to go trick-or-treating in the neighborhood. MPD-sponsored events are also held in each of the seven police districts. Fliers for each of the events are included below.

Volunteer! If you would like to assist in making one of these events a success, please see our volunteer form.


MPD Halloween Events 2014

Police District Date/Time Description Event Location Contact
First District
Thursday & Friday
Oct. 30 & 31
6-9 pm

Annual Haunted House
Join members of the First District for the annual haunted house.

Bring a canned good and get VIP treatment.

Event for ages 12 and older.

First District
101 M St., SW
Carolyn Smith
Second District

Oct. 31
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Halloween Parade
Eaton Elementary School and the Second District invite you to a Halloween parade.

Each child in costume will receive a candy bag.

Eaton Elementary School
3301 Lowell Street, NW (on the playground)

Officer Rhonda Hardy
(202) 715-7300
Second District Saturday
Oct. 25
1 - 3 pm
Pumpkin Carving
Get a jump on Halloween at this early event. Join Chevy Chase Library and the Second District for a pumpkin carving.
Chevy Chase Library
5625 Connecticut Ave., NW
Outside Library
Officer Rhonda Hardy
(202) 715-7300
Third District

Oct. 31
6-9 pm

Halloween Party
Come to the Third District for a Halloween party. There will be food, games and a haunted house.
Third District
1620 V St., NW
Marco Santiago
(202) 673-6820
Fourth District
Oct. 31
5-9 pm

Halloween Safe Haven Celebration
Come join members of the Fourth District for fun, games and prizes. Among other activities, there will be costume contests for toddlers, youth, and seniors.

North Michigan Park Derek Staten
(202) 270-1640
Fifth District Friday
Oct. 31
6:30-8:30 pm
The Town is Haunted
Parents are invited to bring their childen to the Arboretum Community Center for treats, movies, photos and more.
Arboretum Community Center Fayette Vaughn-Lee
(202) 497-0814
Sixth District Friday
Oct. 31
4:30 - 7 pm
Halls of Horror
Celebrate Halloween early at the Sixth District with music, food, treats and a costume parade. Parade: 4:30 pm; Haunted House: 5 pm
Boys and Girls Club
Richard England Clubhouse #14
4103 Benning Rd., NW
Julia Irving
(202) 698-1315

Seventh District

Oct. 31
4-9 pm
Haunted Halls of Horror
Come join MPD Seventh District as we scare the demons out of you. Free food, games, give-a-ways, goody-bags, radio shout outs, the most horror, best haunted
house in the entire city.
Seventh District
2455 Alabama Ave., SE
Lendia Johnson
(202) 698-1454