BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - With Halloween falling on a Sunday this year, the toughest decision you is not which costume to wear, it is whether to trick or treat on Saturday or Sunday.
FOX6 News talked with people all over the Birmingham metro area and opinions were mixed. Some said Saturday is better because it is not a school night and it is better for religious reasons. Others said the holiday falls on Sunday, so that is the day everyone should trick or treat.
The bottom line is that either is acceptable and you should be prepared to see trick or treaters both nights.
Officials in several area cities are recommending their pick for trick or treating. You can check the list below or you can call your individual city hall to see what most people in your area are doing.
Halloween plans in each city, as reported to FOX6 News:
Birmingham--Sunday--can trick or treat at police precincts
Homewood--Sunday--can trick or treat at police dept.
Trussville--Your choice, but city recommends Saturday--can trick or treat at police dept.
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