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Thiensville Truck or Treat
Thiensville Firefighter Peter Neuman collects a food-pantry donation during Truck-or-Treat.
Trick or Treat

Thiensville Trick-or-Treat
is 3-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27

Trick or Treat will take place in Thiensville on Sunday, Oct. 27 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

In addition to the annual scramble for candy by little ghosts and goblins, members of the Thiensville Fire Department will be driving around the Village on a fire truck. They'll hand out candy and also  take donations for food and other household items that will be donated to an area food pantry.

Last year, firefighters collected nearly a half a ton of canned goods, boxes of mac 'n cheese and other items.

In addition to making donations to the firefighters that afternoon, residents also may bring items to the Thiensville Fire Department, 250 Elm St., in the days just before and after Truck-or-Treat.

Thiensville Business Association

Business Trick-or-Treat
set for Thursday, Oct. 24

Many Thiensville businesses will participate in Business Trick-or-Treat from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24.

Businesses all around Thiensville will have signs in front of their businesses inviting you inside. Families and children of all ages are welcome.

Das Klean Out-2

Shredding and prescription take-back event planned for Saturday, Oct. 26

As part of national Drug Take Back Day, the village of Thiensville and Port Washington State Bank will conduct an Oktoberfest-themed event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at PWSB's Thiensville branch, 197 S. Main St.

Das Klean Out will provide an opportunity for area residents to safely dispose of expired or unneeded prescription drugs. A truck also will be on-site to provide an opportunity for residents to shred sensitive documents.

The event will offer free food, live polka music and crafting activities for children. The Lakeshore Chinooks and team mascot Gill are providing volunteer support. The Thiensville Business Association is a key supporter of the event and will be collecting donations for the planned splash pad in Thiensville's Village Park.

"In April, we collected almost 70 pounds of prescription drugs," said Thiensville Police Chief Curt Kleppin. "Beyond that, it's a fun way to get into the fall spirit."

Village Park Reimagined

Giving Tree
Leaf Order Form

The Giving Tree in Village Park has been installed and leaves are being attached.

Click here for more information and the order form.

Thank you for your consideration of donating to our Village Park!

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