When to go trick-or-treating in Schenectady NY

By Product Expert | Posted in Local on Sunday, October 20th, 2019 at 11:43 pm
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Schenectady trick-or-treating hours for Halloween 2019

Trick-or-treating is practically a national past time. Every Halloween, kids take to the streets to get all the sweets, but when should they be out there collecting that delicious candy? What are the Schenectady trick-or-treating hours for Halloween 2019? We have the answers you need.

candy being dumped out of a candy bowlWhat are the official trick-or-treating hours for Schenectady, NY?

Every year, Schenectady selects official trick-or-treating times, and they usually come out with those guidelines a day or two before Halloween. Though we do not have official numbers, every year they seem to agree on the date and time so we can give you an answer with some certainty.

For Halloween 2019, trick-or-treating will occur on October 31st in Schenectady. That puts the day of ghouls and ghosts on a Thursday. You and/or your kids can trick-or-treat from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. This gives you some safer hours early in the day and some darker hours so you can truly get into the Halloween spirit especially with older kids.

Read More: Check your local library for more events

Important trick-or-treating location in Schenectady

You may or may not already know this secret, but fire stations are a great place to get candy on Halloween. It helps the fire department promote public awareness and gives children a wonderful and safe place to get some extra candy.

There are four primary fire stations in Schenectady, so chances are you have one in your neighborhood. You can find addresses to all four of these fire stations below.

Schenectady Station 1

Address: 360 Veeder Ave

Schenectady Station 2

Address: 1515 State St

Schenectady Station 3

Address: 1200 3rd Ave

Schenectady Station 4

Address: 1549 Avenue A


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candy corn in a pileCostume tips for trick-or-treaters in Schenectady

Everyone knows to check your candy, but the safety of your costume is just as important. Don’t wear dark clothing if you intend to go out after sunset, and don’t wear a costume that makes it easy to trip. Loose chains, belts, or straps can make for a quick end to what could have been a fun night.

If you are going to any event where there will be a fire or even candles, then make sure you’re not wearing a loose costume that could get away from you and catch fire. We wish you all a safe Halloween from Fuccillo Kia.


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