Clarksville, TN – Families are always looking for fun and safe trick or treat alternatives for Halloween. The Clarksville Children’s Theatre Organization and Dunbar Cave has partnered with several other organizations and local businesses such as Bikers Who Care, T.O.Y.S. and Daymar institute to host the cave’s first inaugural Trails and Treats October 30th from 3:00pm-6:00pm.
Candy and craft stations will be set up along the two main trails that lead to the cave entrance where there will be guest appearances by the Animal Tales Cave Critters.
The Clarksville Children’s Theatre Organization and Dunbar Cave are still seeking local businesses, organizations, and volunteers from within our community who would like to aide us in ensuring that Trails in Treats is a successful, fun trick or treat alternative for the youth of our community.
Trails and Treats is great way for businesses to thank the families of Clarksville for their support. If you are interested in having a candy/craft station along the trail, in volunteering, or making a candy donation please contact The Clarksville Children’s Theatre Organization at www.clarksvillechildrenstheatre.org or call the Managing Director at 931-551-6467. The deadline for signing up to volunteer will be Tuesday October 26th.