Annual Treat Street event returning to downtown Salisbury

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SALISBURY, Md. – The Salisbury Jaycees have announced that their annual Treat Street event will be returning to downtown Salisbury on Wednesday, October 31st.

Entering its 11th year, Treat Street offers a safe place for kids to trick-or-treat, as well as take part in fun activities.

The event will feature hands-on activities, face painting, a coloring area, as well as fresh popcorn served by St. Francis de Sales Boy Scout Troop 185. Treat tables will be open on the plaza from 6 PM to 8 PM, featuring games, storytelling, local mascots, and more.

Festivities will begin at 6 PM, with registration located at the corner of West Main and North Division streets. All children must register to participate, and the event is open to anyone age 11 and under. Participating children must wear costumes and be accompanied by an adult. Adults are also welcome to dress up, but are asked to make sure their costumes aren’t scary and are appropriate for young children.

Admission to this event is completely free. In the event of rain, all activities will move to the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce Business Center, located at 144 E. Main Street.

Non-candy treats will be offered for children with food allergies. Parents of children that wish to receive non-candy treats for this reason should request a special badge at registration.

More information on this event can be found on the Salisbury Jaycees website, located here.

 

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