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Luci's Healthy Marketplace Hosts Halloween Treat-Making Class

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Caramel-coated popcorn, candy apples, pumpkin spiced caramels -- congratulations, you've just become the most popular house on the trick-or-treat street. That is, if you're planning on attending Candy Apple Family Fright Night, the baking class and costume party hosted by Luci's Healthy Marketplace, the natural foods haven in Central Phoenix.

From 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Sunday, October 30, Luci's got Slade Grove, Caramelpalooza winner and owner of Slade Grove Creative Gourmet, to teach you and your family a few tricks for his treats of butter caramels, pecan caramel clusters, and scratch brownies.

There's also a candy apple creation station and a best costume contest.

The cost is $29.99 for one adult and one child with additional family members just ten bucks. To make your reservation, go here.

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