Joe. B. Barnes Regional Park transforms into Candy Village for the 40th Anniversary Trick or Treat City on October 27 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Trick or Treat at Candy Village, located at the large wooden playground, is free and open to all ages.Four for $1 tickets for the other activities can be purchased at the Parks and Recreation stage. Tickets can be used for the cake walk and games as well as the inflatables and the concession stand.Cotton Candy, popcorn, water and hot dogs will be available at the concession stand under the larger Rotary Pavilion next to the playground. Inflatables include jump houses and an obstacle course, Kiddie Striker, Froggy Fly Fling and Hole in One.Tombstone Haunted P.D. is a family-friendly thriller for all ages with an eerie tour of a spooky police department and a wicked western town. Created and hosted by the Midwest City Police Department, Tombstone Haunted P.D. starts in a haunted police department that leads into a western town street complete with two ghostly cowboys in a “spirited” shootout. It also includes a scary general store and creepy saloon along with haunted police cars.Find more information about this and other events at midwestcityok.org.