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Halloween Activities and More in Benton Harbor Arts District and Downtown St. Joseph, Mich. October 31

Trick-or-Treating festivities in downtown St. Joseph, Mich. and the Benton Harbor Arts District, on Oct. 31.

Halloween day features numerous business participating in Trick-or-Treating in both downtown St. Joseph and in the Benton Harbor Arts District from 4:30 to 6 p.m., sponsored by HoltBosse and MedExpress Urgent Care. Youth are encouraged to wear their costumes and visit participating businesses.

In St. Joseph, the first 700 youths to stop by the Welcome Center, 301 State St., will receive a trick-or-treat bag from HoltBosse.

Participating downtown St. Joseph businesses include: Bistro on the Boulevard, Candlestick Maker, Chocolate Café, DK Boutique, Edgewater Gifts, Freedom Boat Club, G&M Variety, Grins of St. Joseph, Kilwins, Lana’s Boutique, Lazy Ballerina Winery, Lazy Daisy, Schu’s, St. Joseph Today, State Street Stuff, The Toy Company, The Whitcomb, Tim’s Too, Vivi’s, White Pine Winery, Zion UCC.

City-wide trick-or-treating will immediately follow from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

In the Arts District, the first 300 youths to stop by the Benton Harbor Public Library booth located in Arts Park will receive a trick-or-treat bag from HoltBosse. Additionally, the Benton Harbor Tigers Marching Band will give a special performance on Water Street.

Participating Arts District businesses include: Benton Harbor Public Library, Citadel Dance Center, Citadel Music Center, Curious Kids’ Museum, Mason Jar Café, MedExpress, Pier 1000, Road to Life Church, St. Joseph Today, The Livery, The OutCenter, Whirlpool, and Zion UCC.

For Halloween and holiday celebration events and details call St. Joseph Today at 269-985-1111 or visit stjoetoday.com.

St. Joseph Today is a 501(c)(3) membership-based organization dedicated to developing and promoting events and businesses in St. Joseph, Mich. and its surrounding communities. For more information about upcoming events, visit stjoetoday.comfacebook.com/stjoetoday, the Welcome Center or call 269-985-1111.