Technically, Halloween takes place in just over two weeks. But who wants to wait that long? If your little ones would like to get in some trick-or-treating practice (as well as show off their costumes), take them to Tucson Boo Bash 2019 at Lincoln Park this weekend.

Get your sugar rush on this weekend and put in a little trick-or-treat practice at Tucson Boo Bash 2019 and the PACC trunk-or-treat event.

What: Tucson Boo Bash 2019
Where: Lincoln Park (4325 S Pantano Rd)
When: Saturday, October 19th, 4 pm to 7 pm
Admission: Free
Contact: City of Tucson Parks & Rec Dept (520) 791-4873

Tucson Boo Bash 2019

Search Tucson homes for saleOctober 31st is an awfully long time to wait to go trick-or-treating. The Tuscon Parks and Recreation Department teamed up with Pima Community College's East Campus to bring Boo Bash to the public. This totally free event takes place on the soccer fields at Lincoln Park. From 4 pm to 7 pm, hop aboard the carnival rides and go "trunk-or-treating". Everyone is welcome to join in on the costume parade at 6:30 pm. So, dress up. Yes, that means you, too, parents.

For a Full Day of Trunk-or-Treat Fun...

Now, the Boo Bash takes place in the afternoon. But, if you're interested in extending your trunk-or-treat time to the whole day, head to the Pima Animal Care Center (4000 N Silverbell) first. Parking opens at 9 am. That gives you a chance to set up your decorated trunk for all the boils and ghouls headed to the event. Trunk-or-treating officially starts at 10 am. Dress your best for a chance at a fun prize. Winners announced at 2 pm. Food trucks are on the ready with delicious treats to eat (for a price). There will even be carnival rides. Plus, if you decide to adopt a peppy puppy or cute kitten during this event, the shelter waives the adoption fee. (Older animals need love, too. Don't overlook them when looking at their younger counterparts.) These guys are a treat that keeps on giving!

Turn this Saturday into a day full of tricks. And, possibly, bring a new pet home in the process. Get your sugar rush on and practice your trick-or-treat techniques in Tucson.

Rebecca Schulte, Schulte Real Estate Group, Your Source for Tucson Real Estate