Here are some Halloween events scheduled in Lake County

Kids will have plenty of opportunities for candy and fun.

Kids will have plenty of opportunities for candy and fun.

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LAKE COUNTY — A time of costumes, candy, imagination and fun, there are several occasions for kids to enjoy a good, safe Halloween season right in Lake County the next two weeks. 

S&K Haunted Trail: For those who love the frights and fun of S&K Haunted Trail, it will be a two weekend events this year, on its 20th anniversary. The trail will start when it gets dark Saturdays Oct. 22 and 29. The pole barn will be open, and at 7:30 p.m., there will be free hot dogs and hot cocoa for everyone, and candy for the kids. The trail is located at Shawn Coffey's house, 7450 S. Coffey Ave., Baldwin.

Sauble Township Trunk-N-Treat: On Saturday, Oct. 29, Sauble Township will continue its traditional Trunk-N-Treat, featuring food, fun and trunk-'n-treating from 5-6:30 p.m. at the Sauble Township Lindley Park Pavillion, 8906 W. 6 Mile Road, Irons. Participating vehicles can park along the ball field fence. The public is invited to pass out candy and decorate vehicles and wear costumes. Popcorn, donuts, cider and hot chocolate will be served.

Haunted Fire Barn: Webber Township Fire Department will continue its tradition of the haunted fire barn, starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at the fire hall, 2286 W. Springtime St., Baldwin.

Knights of Columbus Trunk-N-Treat: On Sunday, Oct. 30, the Lake County Knights of Columbus are hosting a trunk or treat from 2-5 p.m. in the parking lot at St. Ann Catholic Church, 1001 Michigan Ave., Baldwin. Hot dogs and chips will be given to those who attend, and lots of treats for the kids. There also will be a contest for "best dressed vehicle."  Cars participation should be in the parking lot by 1:30 p.m. For more information, call the St. Ann office at 231-745-7997.

Chase Township Trunk-or-Treat: Also on Sunday, Oct. 30, Chase Township Library is having a Trunk-or-Treat and chili cookoff, costume contest and parade, scavenger hunt and more — all in honor of its 150th Sesquicentennial anniversary — from 3-5 p.m. at the library, 8400 E. North St. Chase. Birthday cake also will be served. The public is invited to attend and participate.

Pretty Cool Pumpkins: On Monday, Oct. 31, the Pathfinder Community Library, 812 Michigan Ave., is hosting an event, "Pretty Cool Pumpkins," from 5-7 p.m. Free pumpkins will be available as well as goody bags and snacks.