NOC Provides Alternative To Traditional Trick-Or-Treating

Ponca City Now - October 29, 2013 8:57 am

If you are looking for a non-traditional way to celebrate Halloween Northern Oklahoma College has just that.

For 12 years NOC has had a trick-or- treat fair.

All kids 12 and under are welcome.

Kim Ochoa, Student Affair’s Vice President’s Administrative Assistant said campus organizations and athletic teams provide different booths for children.

“Our engineering club is going to be making ice cream that is frozen with liquid nitrogen, and that’s always fun for the kids to watch them make that,” Ochoa said.

The fair starts at 6 on Halloween night and just before this downtown Tonkawa will have trick-or-treating and a costume contest.

The event is free and will be in the East Gym on NOC campus.

They ask all children be accompanied by an adult.


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