Trick or Treat on Mainstreet

As the air turns a bit crisper and leaves begin to crunch underfoot, it’s a sure sign that fall has arrived with the fall season comes one of Parker’s most beloved annual events. This year, Halloween falls on a Tuesday, and that means that Tuesday, October 31st,”boo-tiful” downtown Mainstreet will shut down for traffic, and open up for the 2017 Trick-or-Treat on Mainstreet!

Local businesses and community groups will be lined up and down Mainstreet, manning their trick-or-treat booths, ready and willing to make this year’s event the most Spook-tacular one yet! Trick-or-Treat Street on Mainstreet is a fantastic way for kids of all ages to visit and fill their bags, cauldrons and sacks to the brim with goodies. If you are interested in having a booth for your business or group to be one of those filling goodie bags, go to www.trickortreatonmainstreet.com to download the booth request form. Groups and businesses can hand out as much candy, goodies and promotional material as they’d like, but no retail sales are allowed at this event. A basic 10×10 space is FREE! Many sponsorship levels are also available; find out more about how your business can support Trick or Treat on Mainstreet by following the link from their website.

Volunteers are the key to running an event as popular and as large as this one. Adult and teen volunteers are needed before, during and after the event to assist with setup, take down, dressing as costumed characters for the event and general help where needed. The link to sign up as a volunteer can also be found on the website.

This free family event is hosted by the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker and presented by Rapid Housing Solutions. Be sure to head to Mainstreet this Halloween between 3:30 and 7:00pm; Trick or Treating on Mainstreet is so much fun, it’s scary!

For more information about Trick-or-Treat on Maintstreet, visit www.trickortreatonmainstreet.com or find them on Facebook, www.facebook.com/trickortreatonmainstreetparker

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