Halloween “House” Party Will Be Oct. 30

Monday, October 21, 2019

Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, Keller Williams, Olivet Baptist Church and the American Red Cross will host a Halloween “House” Party on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 6-8 p.m. at the Fire and Police Training Center at 3200 Amnicola Hwy.

This event is family-friendly and will offer “wicked” festivities to get both kids and parents in the Halloween spirit.

Realty, home purchase and home safety experts will be on hand to lend their knowledge to anyone interested. This is a homeownership event, with a Halloween twist.

Families can enjoy trick or treating, monster jams, ghoulish games, festive refreshments, pumpkin painting and a costume contest with a cash prize. Candy is being donated by the Urban League, Tiny Steps Learning Center, St. Paul’s Episcopal, The Unity Church and the city of Chattanooga’s Family Empowerment Department.

CNE homeownership staff will be onsite to discuss homebuyer and financial education services, including information on lending, as well as credit and homebuyer education. Keller Williams and the American Red Cross will also be present to offer home buying and home safety tips. 

The Chattanooga Fire Department is providing the facility for the event. CFD and CPD firefighters and officers will be present for kids to have a chance to meet local enforcement and first responders.

For more information about the Halloween “House” Party, visit @cneinc on Facebook or call 756-6234.

The event is free and will be a "spooktacular good time for the whole family." Costumes are encouraged. 



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