Worthington Trick-or-Treat 2011 is Halloween, October 31, 2011
Discover Columbus Ohio has Trick-or-Treat 2011 info for Columbus Ohio and it's suburbs including Worthington. The post says:
"Trick -or -Treat 2011 or Beggars Night 2011 is on Halloween. In "Beggars Night date moves again" in the Columbus Dispatch back in 2009, Debbie Gebolys looked into the future and told us what was going to happen in Central Ohio in 2011.
"So trick-or-treat is Oct. 31 as long as it's a weekday. If Halloween falls on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, go out on the Thursday before Halloween.
That puts Beggars Night on Oct. 29 this year, Oct. 28 next year and on Oct. 31 in 2011."
For many years Beggars Night (or Beggar's Night?, the night belongs to beggars? ) or "Tick-or-Treat" was not on Halloween in many Columbus area communities. MORPC changed all that back in 2005. I believe the quote above is the rule of thumb for determining when Trick-or Treat will occur. Not all communities follow MORPC's advice about when to hold Trick-or-Treat. With Halloweek falling on a Monday this year, everyone will be Trick-or-Treating at the same night. Won't they?"
Halloweek? I think I meant Halloween.... Monday is Halloween. Worthington like most Central Ohio communities has Trick-or-Treat on Halloween.
The official Worthington site (Worthington.org) says:
"Trick-or-treat takes place on Halloween night in the City of Worthington, October 31st from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m."
Double check with the Worthington website if you do not believe me.... seeing this on WorthingtonOldandNews.com? See the Worthington link in the right sidebar? That is the City of Worthington, Worthington.org
Worthington, Ohio Halloween
Worthington Ghost Story - the tale of Rap, Rap, Rap - The story of Blue Frost Cupcake's building. The building used to be a stationery store. The Old Worthington building's had many reincarnations over the years.
The image is a Real Living ecard, I am with Real Living HER Worthington. Our new office in Old Worthington is 681 High St. Worthington, Ohio 43085. It's the Kilbourne Commercial Building,the oldest building in continual commercial use in the state of Ohio. Most recently it was the Curio Cabinet. Toyville, Worthington's new toy store is next door (in the same building) at 679 High St. Worthington Ohio.