Trick-or-Treating festivities in the Benton Harbor Arts district and downtown St. Joseph, Mich., start October 31st.
Halloween day features numerous business participating in Trick-or-Treating in both downtown St. Joseph and in the Arts District from 4:30pm to 6pm, sponsored by HoltBosse. Youth are encouraged to wear their costumes and visit participating businesses.
In St. Joseph, the first 500 youth to stop by the Welcome Center, 301 State St., will receive a trick-or-treat bag from HoltBosse.
Participating downtown St. Joseph businesses include: Baroda Founders, Biggby, The Boulevard Inn & Bistro, The Buck Burgers & Brew, Cabana’s, The Candlestick Maker, Chocolate Café, DK Boutique, Forever Books, Friends by Design, FuzzyButz, G&M Variety, Grins, Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches, Kilwin’s, Landis Clothing Company, Lana’s Boutique, Lazy Ballerina, Oh My Darlings, Olive Cart, Perennial Accents, Purely Michigan, St. Joseph Today, Third Coast Surf Shop, V&A Bootery, Wanderlust Outfitters, Waterfront Framing, The Whitcomb, White Pine Winery, and Zoup!.
City-wide trick-or-treating will immediately follow from 6pm to 7:30pm.
In the Arts District, the first 100 youth to stop by the Benton Harbor Public Library booth located in Arts Park will receive a trick-or-treat bag from HoltBosse.
Participating Arts District businesses include: ARS Gallery, Benton Harbor Public Library, Citadel Dance & Music (demonstrations and open house available), Morton House Museum, Mason Jar Café, OutCenter, Sweet Bar, The Livery Microbrewery, Third Coast Paddling, and Water Street Glassworks.
City-wide trunk-or-treating will commence in the Arts District at 5pm.
St. Joseph Today is a membership-based organization dedicated to developing and promoting events and businesses in southwest Michigan. For more information about upcoming events, visit stjoetoday.com or facebook.com/stjoetoday.