Vendors will be available selling many unique and favorite items. For the kiddies, they will have face painting, a bounce house, pony rides ($5 per ride), treats, even a dog show! Also, live dance group presentations as well. This is the place to be with your family!
Eating a nutritious and filling meal before heading out to trick-or-treat can be a great way to ensure little ones do not overindulge in treats throughout the night. Though a few snacks along the way are probably guaranteed, full tummies will discourage them from making candy their dinner selection for the night.
For a better way to stay cool – and healthy – this summer, here are some great recipes below created by Chef Anthony Stewart from Pritikin Longevity Center + Spa. Executive Chef Anthony Stewart came up with a chilled tomato, watermelon and basil soup, a citrus fennel mango salad, and creamy banana ricotta ice cream!
Santa’s Holiday Treats! Naughty or Nice?
Who loves chocolate? Who loves pumpkin flavors? Who loves the flavors of chocolate and pumpkin together? It makes for an amazing fall treat