TRICK or Treat? It is time to get your jack-o'-lanterns, scary costumes and lolly bags ready because October 31 is quickly approaching, meaning only one thing - Halloween.
Prospect's Peel Street will be the centre for families to participate in their appropriate attire, with a cash prize for the best decorated house in the street.
And to make the occasion as safe as possible, co-organiser Lisa Iveson said people in Launceston wanting to participate in Halloween could register their house on a safe list by joining the Facebook page "Launceston Halloween trick or treat safe list".
"We are just trying to get the community spirit up and have a fun evening for the kids," she said.
"Anyone in Launceston can put their name on the list and two days before we will compile a list so people can print it off.
"It is a great way to get the community together and have fun.
"There is nothing better than seeing smiling children come to your door - adult or child, I don't think there's anyone who doesn't enjoy a good dress-up."
Mrs Iveson said Peel Street residents had been invited to decorate their house or put a balloon on their letter box to let people know they were taking part and that trick or treaters should only hassle those houses.
Participants are also asked to only give away wrapped lollies.