For most people, trick-or-treating is a neighborhood event for the family.
Mom and dad take the little ones from door to door in search of goodies, and in most cases, the quest for Halloween candy does not extend beyond more than a few blocks.
But not for everyone. Every year, we hear stories about people who drive their kids miles so they can trick-or-treat in another community — sometimes more than two or three times.
In Fox Point, for example, what started as a neighborhood tradition has turned into something much bigger, as hundreds of people — most of whom don't live in Fox Point — descend upon what is called "Trick or Treat Street."
In Wauwatosa, the neighborhood associations have their own trick-or-treat hours — but they make sure those days and times aren't publicized to discourage non-residents from showing up.
What's your take on "outsiders" trick-or-treating elsewhere? Is this a big deal or much ado about nothing. Vote in our poll and post your thoughts in our comments section.