It’s that time of year again for trick-or-treating.
On Saturday, the City of fruit put a spin on the tradition with its annual Truck ‘n Treat.
Families dressed up in their Halloween costumes and headed downtown.
They’re not going door to door collecting treats. They’re walking from trunk to trunk.
More than 50 vehicles were at the event this year and that means a lot of candy for the hundreds of participants.
Some of the organizations volunteering say it's a safe alternative to traditional trick-or-treating.
“It brings the community together in a very positive way,” Laurie Gomez said as she passed out candy. “Where else can you have a thousand children get together and the community put so much effort and love into it.”
Gomez, like other participants, hope the tradition continues to grow.