Children are encouraged to dress up in costumes and come out and trick or treat at the historical village buildings at the Kendall Country Historical Society’s Halloween at the Farm from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 24, at Lyon Farm on Route 71 between Van Emmon Road and Route 126.
In addition to the trick-or-treating, the afternoon will include a children’s costume parade at 3 p.m. with trophies for the best costumes, a haunted house courtesy of the Boy Scouts, and hayrides to the spook barn.
An assortment of games will be available for children to play, including guess the weight of the pumpkin and the number of candies in a jar, Bozo buckets, bean bag toss, golf, milk can football, pin the tail on the scary cat, sucker pool and basketball toss.
A food stand will sell hot dogs, pork burgers and chips. A produce stand will be on-site, and pumpkins, apples and bake goods will be for sale.
Admission to the event costs $5 for adults and children ages 12 and older. For more information, visit the KCHS website at lyonfarmkchs.org or call 630-553-6777.