Four self-storage operators in Sterling, Colo., have donated candy to Sterling Recreation Center’s “Trick or Treat Street” event that will take place on Oct. 31. The participating storage companies are Appelhans Self Storage, E and B Maxi Storage, Mike's Portable Storage and Mini Storage Co. of Sterling.
The annual affair is designed to be an alternative to door-to-door trick-or-treating for children age 12 and under, the source reported. Admission to the event, which runs 5 to 8 p.m., is free. This year’s theme is the "Wizard of Odd.” More than 70 local businesses donated candy and other treats, the source reported.
The event will take place in the rec center’s indoor pool-deck area. The pool will close at 9 a.m. on Halloween day, and the building will close at 4 p.m. to allow for party preparation, according to the source.
The rec center features an outdoor pool that includes four slides and other water features. It also has a fitness area, indoor pool, multi-purpose and youth rooms, and sports courts for basketball, racquetball and wallyball.