Some early trick-or-treaters got their fill of Halloween candy tonight at Vatterott College in Quincy.
It hosted a family friendly Halloween open house.
Kids came in costumes and could pick up some candy. There was also pumpkin painting, and a place to get nails done.
But Campus Director Tom Lockett says the event was also for grown-ups interested in going back to school - they could pick up information about the campus programs and ask questions.
"While the kids are out trick-or-treating, they can stop and get some information, or going around and getting their fingernails painted, it makes it a little easier for them and handy, because otherwise they have to find a babysitter or something like that for the kids at our other open houses," he said.
Lockett says he wanted to have this open house before their next classes start on November 19th.
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