Halloween can be a scary time for parents of kids with food allergies. It's hard to navigate where and when kids can participate in different Halloween events and even trick or treating can be life threatening for a child with a severe allergy.

This Saturday, parents, children, educators and medical professionals are invited to a Food Allergy Resource Fair at Eisenhower Community Center in Hopkins. {1001 Highway 7}

From 9 a.m to 11 a.m. there will be vendors featuring allergy friendly food and products, including coupons and samples. Children can also wear their costumes and trick or treat.

It's a great resource and time to get your questions about food allergies answered as medical professionals and other allergy specialists will be on site.

The event is free but a $5 per family donation is suggested.For more information visit the Food Allergy Support Group of Minnesota's website or my go-to food allergy resource, local mom and blogger, Missy Berggren's site Marketing Mama.

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