FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- Safety Village in collaboration with the Fort Wayne Fire Department held their annual Halloween bash in Safety Village Saturday afternoon.
Kids dressed up and had the opportunity to get candy from the tiny replica of Fort Wayne.
Safety Village is aimed at keeping kids safe and teaching them how to be successful adults.
"When the kids come in here they feel like they're actually bigger because all the buildings are tiny. And all the buildings have people handing out candy and we have games for them. And it's all manned by volunteers and police and fire, so it's a very safe place to be here today," said Capt. Carlos Gomez with FWFD.
The Halloween bash is only held once a year in the first couple weeks of October, but they'll be back next fall.
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