By Tim Kowols
Visibility is the message for trick-or-treaters to keep in mind this Halloween season. With festivities ending after dark in some communities, Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski wants trick-or-treaters to wear costumes where they can see where they are going and to be seen by others.
Joski advises parents and motorists to keep an eye on children crossing streets and running to homes.
Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, and Sister Bay have trick or treating hours starting Saturday afternoon, other communities are holding off until Sunday and Monday evenings.
FULL TRICK-OR-TREATING SCHEDULE
Algoma (city) Halloween 4:30-6:30
Algoma (town) Halloween 5-7
Baileys Harbor Halloween 5-8
Casco Sunday, Oct. 30 12-2
Egg Harbor Saturday, Oct. 29 2-4
Fish Creek Saturday, Oct. 29 2-4
Kewaunee Halloween 3:30-6:30
Luxemburg Sunday, Oct. 30 3-5
Sister Bay Saturday, Oct. 29 12-2
Sturgeon Bay Halloween 4-7