LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – We are not far from the night many kids look forward too, and this year parents got some help with those costumes.
Saturday, the group Moms and Dads for a Green Halloween held the second annual free Halloween costume swap.
Parents were encouraged to bring their gently used costumes and swap them for free.
"We were spending $30 a year on costumes our daughter only wore once and we realized every other parent was doing it, and it was a way to make the environment a little greener," said Heath Reymer who is with the group.
Besides being green, it saves money. If you missed the event Saturday, they are meeting on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Okolona Library.
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