The city of Stockton will have trick-or-treating and movie events available for youth this week.

On Thursday, the Stockton Police Department will host its third annual “Trunk or Treat,” an event where local businesses and organizations come together with police to pass out candy and other treats to kids.

Trunk or Treat will be held at Caldwell Park, located at 3100 Allston Way, from 4-6 p.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult in order to attend.

A promotional poster for the city of Stockton’s Spooktacular Friday Night movie event that takes place Oct. 29 at the Weber Point Events Center. (Image courtesy of city of Stockton)

On Friday, the city will have its “Spooktacular-Movies at the Point” event where family and friends can gather at the Weber Point Events Center, located at 221 N. Center St., to watch a showing of “Cruella” outdoors.

The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the movie starts at 6:30 p.m. People attending the event are encouraged to bring concessions, blankets, chairs and picnic-style dinners.

However, glass containers and bottles, alcohol and smoking are not permitted.

For both events, admissions will be free.

Victoria Franco is a Stockton-based reporter covering the diverse news around the Central Valley as part of the Report for America program. As a Stockton native, Franco is proud to cover stories within her community and report a variety of coverage. She is a San Jose State University alumna with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism. In her collegiate years she was Managing Editor for the Spartan Daily. From her time at the Spartan Daily she helped lead her staff to California College Media Awards and a General Excellence first place. Victoria encourages readers to email her story tips and ideas at