School Resource Officer Eric Hanley and Waffles pose for a photo with a young resident at the Community Safe Halloween event last year. (Courtesy Tewksbury Police)

Police Chief Ryan Columbus invites the community as the Tewksbury Police Department hosts its annual Community Safe Halloween event at Tewksbury Memorial High School.


Sunday, Oct. 29, from 1 to 3 p.m.


Tewksbury Memorial High School, 320 Pleasant St., Tewksbury, MA


Police will offer up free goodies, music, dancing, games, arts and crafts and more as they provide safety demonstrations and tips for enjoying a safe Halloween this year. 

Trick-or-treating will be held in Tewksbury on Halloween night, Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m.

“The Tewksbury Police Department invites the entire community to enjoy games, goodies and dancing as we provide information on how stay safe while trick-or-treating this year,” said Chief Columbus. “Please stop by, get to know a few of our officers and maybe even comfort dog Waffles, and get ready to have a great Halloween!”

Tewksbury Police at last year’s Community Safe Halloween. (Courtesy Tewksbury Police)
Arts and craft vendors at least year’s Community Safe Halloween. (Courtesy Tewksbury Police)
A young man in costume enjoys himself at least year’s Community Safe Halloween. (Courtesy Tewksbury Police)

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