CLEVELAND — On Sunday, participating Chuck E. Cheese locations will host sensory-friendly Halloween events for children with sensory sensitivities.
With Halloween being a very stimulating holiday, Chuck E. Cheese wanted to make sure children on the spectrum and children with other sensory sensitivities could still enjoy the holiday in a fun way.
The children's entertainment chain already features Sensory Sensitive Sundays each month, opening two-hours early for a sensory-friendly experience, but will offer a similar experience just for Halloween fun as well.
From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Chuck E. Cheese locations will feature a quieter dining and entertainment environment, as well as dimmed lighting.
Children who arrive in costume will be provided sugar-free candy.
Here are all of the participating locations in Ohio:
- 521 Boardman Poland Road—Boardman
- 2711 Martin Road—Dublin
- 8000 Plaza Blvd. Unit J—Mentor
- 30 Prestige Place—Miamisburg
- 6370 Strip Ave. NW—North Canton
- 26104 Brookpark Road,—North Olmsted
- 1429 East Kemper Road—Sharonville
- 5077 Monroe Street—Toledo
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