posted October 14, 2003

Halloween Activities for the Community

Several Hope College residence halls are hosting activities open to the community in conjunction with Halloween.

A total of 15 residence halls will be open to young trick-or-treaters on Friday, Oct. 31, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Children from the community are invited to visit and admission is free, although they must be accompanied by an adult.

The participating halls are Brumler, College East, Columbia, Cook, Cosmo/Wyckoff, Durfee, Dykstra, Gilmore, Kollen, Lichty, Parkview, Phelps, Scott, Van Vleck and Vennema. Maps will be available at each hall showing the 15 buildings that are participating. Selected cottage housing units, those with their porch lights on, will also be hosting trick-or-treaters.

The Brumler Apartments complex is located on 13th Street between College and Columbia Avenues.

The College East Apartments complex is located on 14th Street between Columbia Avenue and the railroad tracks.

The Columbia Apartments complex is located on Columbia Avenue between 15th and 16th streets.

Cook Hall is located on 10th Street between College and Columbia avenues

Cosmo/Wyckoff Hall is located on 13th Street between College and Columbia avenues.

Durfee Hall is located on 10th Street between College and Columbia avenues.

Dykstra Hall is located on Ninth Street at Columbia Avenue.

Gilmore Hall is located on 10th Street at Columbia Avenue.

Kollen Hall is located between 12th and 13th streets at Columbia Avenue.

Lichty Hall is located on 13th Street between College and Columbia avenues.

The Parkview Apartments complex is located on 9th Street at Columbia Avenue.

Phelps Hall is located on 10th Street at Columbia Avenue.

Scott Hall is located on 13th Street between College and Columbia avenues.

Van Vleck Hall is located in the central campus, south of 10th Street between College and Columbia avenues.

The Vennema Apartments complex is located on 13th Street between Central and College avenues.