It’s almost time for Halloween in New Orleans but since we live in Louisiana we know that good weather is never a sure thing. Mark your calendars with these great locations hosting Trunk or Treats in New Orleans for families just in case the official holiday turns out to be less-than-stellar weather this year. These events are much safer and family-friendly than Trolling the neighborhood for candy dressed like Poppy or Branch, haunting the malls like Ghosts or Goblins, or doing nothing at all because you just don’t like dressing up. Plus some of these events have activities, food, and music too! Sponsored by the Academy of Sacred Heart.
Trunk Or Treats In New Orleans
I Heart Radio Trunk or Treat
October 20th from 5-7pm at 929 Howard Ave, NOLA. Ages 3-13 can trunk or treat with their favorite on air personalities. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Spooktacular Trunk or Treat at UCE
October 26 from 5:30-7pm at Urgent Care Eleven – 3218 St. Claude, NOLA. Trunk of treat for all ages in the parking lot.
Academy of Sacred Heart School Trunk or Treat
October 27 from 4:30-7 at the Mater Campus Lot. Cost $5 per family in advance | $10 per family at the door. More information
Holy Name of Jesus Trunk or Treat
October 27 from 6-9pm at 6325 Cromwell Pl., NOLA. Trunk or treat and kid friendly haunted house.
Lakeview Presbyterian Trunk or Treat
October 28 from 11:30am-2:30pm at 5914 Canal Blvd, NOLA. Annual Trunk or Treat directly after worship services for all ages.
Our Lady Star of the Sea Church Trunk or Treat
October 31 at 6:30 at 1835 St. Roch, NOLA.
Trunk Or Treats In Jefferson Parish
City of Kenner Trunk or Treat
October 20 from 6-8 pm in the parking lot of the Pontchartrain Center.
October 21 from 5-8pm at Riverside Church – 9220 Jefferson Hwy, River Ridge. Free food, trunk or treat, petting zoo, face painting and more.
OLDP Parents Club Trunk or Treat
October 26 from 6-9pm at 914 N. Atlanta St, Metairie.
St. Louis King of France School Trunk or Treat
October 26 from 6-8pm at 1600 Lake Ave, Metairie.
St. Angela Merci School Trunk or Treat
October 26 from 6-10pm at 835 Melody Dr., Metairie.
Soniat No Limits Playground Trunk or Treat
October 26 from 6:30-8:30pm at 6601 10th St. Harahan. Trunk or treat, face painting and fun.
St. Benilde School Trunk or Treat
October 26 from 7-9 pm at 1801 Division St., Metairie.
St. Catherine of Siena Trunk or Treat
October 26 at 6pm at 400 Codifer Blvd, Metairie.
Good Shepherd Church Trunk or Treat
October 27 from 6-8pm at 5122 W. Esplanade, Metairie. Trunk or treat, games, refreshments and fun. Rain or shine.
Atonement Lutheran Trunk or Treat
October 27 from 6-8pm at 6500 Riverside Dr, Metairie. Trunk or treat, candy, trinkets, music and fun. Food and drink available for purchase.
Delta Playground’s Trunk or Treat Bash
October 27 at 6pm at 8301 W. Metairie, Metairie. Games, fun, costume contest and more. Cost: $2 per person.
St. Edward the Confessor School Trunk or Treat
October 27 6:30-8:30pm at 4921 W. Metairie, Metairie.
St. Francis Xavier School Trunk or Treat
October 27 from 6:30-8:3opm at 215 Betz Place, Metairie. Cost: one can good donation per person
St. Christopher School Trunk or Treat
October 27 from 7-9 pm in the school yard at 3900 Derbigny Street, Metairie. Cost: $1 per person
Little Farms Church of Christ Fall Fest
October 28 from 4-6pm at 135 Sauve Rd, River Ridge. Trunk or treat, games, face painting, and more.
St. Matthews UMC
October 28 from 5-7pm at 6017 Camphor St, Metairie.
St. Francis Villa Assisted Living Center Trick or Treat
October 31 from 3-5pm at 10411 Jefferson Hwy, River Ridge. Residents will be handing out candy and treats.
First Baptist Church of Kenner Trunk or Treat
October 31 from 6-7:30pm in the parking lot behind the Worship Center at 1400 Williams Blvd., Kenner. Trunk or treat, hot dog supper, candy and fun.
Hickory Knoll Church of Christ Trunk or Treat
October 31 from 6:30-8pm at 2201 Hickory Ave, Harahan. Trunk or treat after Bible class.
Trunk or Treats on the Westbank
St. Anthony School Trunk or Treat
October 26 at 6:30pm at 900 Franklin Ave, Gretna. Cost: $4 in advance | $5 at the gate.
Ray Brandt Nissan Trunk or Treat
October 27 from 12-5pm at 4000 Lapalco, Harvey. Trunk or treat, food, candy, music and prizes.
New Day Christian Center Trunk or Treat
October 28 at 5pm at 1300 4th St, Gretna. Trunk or treat, food, drinks, games and more.
English Turn Trunk or Treat
October 28 from 6-9pm at English Turn Golf and Country Club – 1 Clubhouse Dr, NOLA. Trunk or treat with a Saints watch party after.
Pirates of the Caribbean Trunk or Treat
October 28 from 6-11pm at Island Paradise Restaurant and Grill – 635 Kepler St., Gretna. Trunk or treat, candy, refreshments, music and fun.
Sons of the American Legion Harvey Trunk or Treat
October 31 from 5-8pm at 4104 Patriot St., Marrero. Trunk or treat, free food and drinks.
JPGP Trunk or Treat
October 31 from 5-7pm at Shirley T. Johnson Gretna Park School – 1130 Gretna Blvd, Gretna.
First Baptist Church Gretna Trunk or Treat
October 31 from 6-8pm at 100 Gretna Blvd, Gretna. Trunk or treat, games, pumpkin decorating, snacks and fun.
St. John Bosco Trunk or Treat
October 31 from 7-10pm at St. John Bosco Catholic Church – 2114 Oakmere, Harvey. Trunk or treat, DJ, hot dogs and refreshments.
About Our Sponsors: The Academy of Sacred Heart
4521 ST. CHARLES AVENUE, NEW ORLEANS; PH. (504) 891-1943
Changing the world since 1867. The Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans is a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for girls offering education and instructional services from pre-kindergarten school through grade 12. Little Hearts, our Early Learning Program for ages 1 through 3 year-old girls, is also a division of the school.
Founded in 1867 and affectionately known as the Rosary, the school has a long history that is rooted in the spiritual charisma of the Society of the Sacred Heart whose mission is to “make known the love of God through the heart of Jesus.”
At Sacred Heart, we challenge our girls with an education attuned to the circumstances and times in which we live, and we express an exceptional spirit of love – for our traditions, our students and our community.
Customs and traditions that characterize Sacred Heart schools evolve over the years, but the vital force always remains the same: a deep personal love of God. This love inspires our students to share their gifts with others through lives of concern and service.