Halloween is right around the corner.
It's a fun holiday for kids, but for parents, trick-or-treat time can be a little "tricky."
Quincy Police Department offers some tips to make Halloween a treat for all in this KHQA Safe Family Health Report.
Don't go trick-or-treating alone or late at night. Go before dark with friends or even better an adult you trust.
Wear a costume that can be seen in the dark and fits well so you don't trip.
Also, use makeup instead of a mask. Masks can be hot and obstruct a child's vision.
And don't eat any candy until you get home and an adult has examined them.
Eat only unopened candies and other treats that are in original wrappers.
Another tip -- it's best to stay in your neighborhood.
And if it's dark, don't forget to grab a flashlight.
We want to know what the most popular costumes are going to be this year, so visit our Facebook page here and let us know what you and your kids are wearing to trick-or-treat!