Downtown invites ghastly creatures on Halloween | DrumhellerMail
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Last updateFri, 12 Jul 2024 11pm

Downtown invites ghastly creatures on Halloween

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    Ghouls and goblins will be running amuck through Drumheller’s downtown this Halloween in search of tricks or treats from the many businesses participating in this year’s Trick or Treat festivities.

    On Sunday, October 31, 31 out of the 50 or so downtown merchants will open their doors from 4 to 6 p.m. for little brain-eaters and broomstick riders to help fuel this year’s candy induced cavities.
    This is the seventh year that Drumheller’s downtown has participated in the Trick or Treat.
    Bright orange signs will clearly mark which businesses are dishing out the good stuff.
    Re/max will be hosting a pumpkin carving contest at their downtown location  on Halloween afternoon.
    Pre-carved entries are to be brought to Re/max between 3:00-3:30 p.m., to be judged at 3:45. Entries will be divided into the age groups of under 10, 10-15, and 16-99. Remember to write the carver’s name on the bottom of each pumpkin.
    Here is the list of participating businesses: Cafe Italiano, Pizza 2/49, Gus’ Corner Restaurant, Over the Rainbow, Sports Room, Centre of Natural Healing, Badlands Gallery, Ateliera Vereda, Fine Photography, Five Blue Heron, Re/max, Vintage Pub and Grill, Shopper’s Drug Mart, Diana Restaurant, Jurassic Laser Tag and Arcade, Bill Cross Men’s Shop, Bit’s and Pieces Keepsake Quilting, S & S News, Pets Parrots and Things, the Legion, Curves, Max Campus, Wades Jewellery, Century 21, Reality Bytes, Dollarama, Riverside Drug Mart, the Public Library, and Yavis’ Restaurant.

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