PASADENA, Texas — Grab your Halloween costume, flashlight, and treat bag and head over to the LyondellBasell Center for Petrochemical, Energy, & Technology (CPET) at San Jacinto College Oct. 29 for a fun-filled, spooktacular time for all ages. The facility will host a Community Safety Day and trick or treat event from 5 to 7:30 p.m. and includes more than a dozen activities for kids of all ages.
From water balloon fights to virtual-reality welding, kids can show off their Halloween costumes and gather treats while parents enjoy the golf chipping challenge and informational demonstrations on safety and CPET offerings such as the glycol unit.
“This is an opportunity for the adults in the community to visit CPET and learn more about what we do while the kids have a safe, fun time getting treats and prizes,” said Jeff Pearce, coordinator for education and workforce at CPET. “We will have the glycol unit running and various activities set up that showcase the skills San Jac students learn at CPET.”
This is a trick or treat event like no other. Kids will participate in a blacklight scavenger hunt, use their deductive reasoning skills to solve mysteries, and chuck water balloons at a hazmat suit to better understand its durability. All of these events are sure to be exciting and educational.
Mark your calendars now to attend this free event on Friday, Oct. 29.
About San Jacinto College
Surrounded by monuments of history, evolving industries, maritime enterprises of today, and the space age of tomorrow, San Jacinto College has served the people of East Harris County, Texas, since 1961. San Jacinto College is among the top 10 community colleges in the nation as designated by the Aspen Institute for Community College Excellence, and was named an Achieving the Dream Leader College of Distinction in 2020. The College serves approximately 45,000 credit and non-credit students annually, and offers more than 200 degrees and certificates across eight major areas of study that put students on a path to transfer to four-year institutions or enter the workforce. San Jacinto College’s impact on the region totals $1.3 billion in added income, which supports 13,044 jobs. The College is fiscally sound, holding bond ratings of AA and Aa2 by Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s.