Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek

On the eve of October 25th, ghouls and goblins and hordes of superheroes, princes, princesses and all multitude of costumed descended upon Wolf Pen Creek for the City of College Station’s annual “Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek”, a safe and fun alternative to trick or treating in a safe, controlled and fun environment.

Pride Community Center, Inc had a candy booth at this event and easily distributed over 3000 pieces of candy to a constant stream of costumed visitor. Pictures are below.

We would like to share some comments about the event and what it meant to our volunteers that participated (including much of our Board of Directors)

Vice-President, Andrew Pack:
Pronouns: He/Him/His

I loved being part of Pride Community Center’s presence at Trick or Treat at Werewolf Creek. It was so fun to see kids getting dressed up like Elsa, Fairies, and more. I felt we did something great by being part of a larger team or organizations and groups who worked to create a memorable Halloween experience for young people in our community, and I was especially proud that Pride Community Center was part of that.

Volunteer, Codi Okabayashi
Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

It was so fun to see the smiling faces of all the children. As a non passable trans woman, it was awesome to be seen as just another person in College Station. Representing trans people loud and proud. XO 

Pictures from the Event:

Through collaboration and consensus, the Pride Community Center strives to support and empower individuals of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, and allied persons of the Brazos Valley. It also provides outreach and education to the public at large which will (1) lead to greater safety, comfort; understanding and respect for all, (2) lessen social tension, and (3) promote harmony between the Community and the citizenry as a whole.