The City of Regina is offering an alternative to candy and salted peanuts this Hallowe’en.
Healthy Hallowe’en Passes are available for purchase to hand out to children when they come trick or treating at your door later this month.
The city says it’s their way of supporting active children.
Children who get a pass this Hallowe’en can use it for free admission to any civic facilities, a free public skate or a free leisure swim.
Passes can be purchased in packages of 10 for $5 until October 31 (while supplies last).
They’re available at the Sportplex, North West Leisure Centre and the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre
City staff will also be handing out limited passes on Hallowe’en day on Tuesday, October 31 to children who stop by City Hall, the Sportplex, the North West Leisure Centre, and the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre.