MANCHESTER, NH – The third annual ‘Halloween at City Hall,’ has been scheduled for Friday, October 30, from 3 to 5 p.m.
This year’s event will also include ‘Downtown Trick-or-Treat,’ with trick-or-treaters encouraged to visit downtown participating businesses for a Halloween treat.
For two hours, students, parents, and children are invited to come downtown and get a free book from the Bookmobile, meet Mayor Craig and grab Halloween treats from participating downtown businesses. [See list below.]
“While Halloween looks a little different this year, I’m excited to offer a fun, new and safe way for kids to trick-or-treat downtown this year,” said Mayor Craig. “Plus, with the addition of Downtown Trick-or-Treat, we’re encouraging families to walk around, shop and take advantage of extended outdoor dining options.”
Halloween at City Hall will take place outside in City Hall Plaza. All participants are asked to adhere to social distancing and to wear a mask.
This event is subject to change, based on rates of COVID-19 in Manchester in late October.
Neighborhood Trick-or-Treating is scheduled in the City of Manchester for Saturday, October 31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Participating organizations include:
1. 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, 50 Dow St
2. Ben & Jerry’s, 940 Elm St
3. Boards & Brews, 941 Elm St
4. Bonfire Restaurant & Country Bar, 950 Elm Street
5. Bookery Manchester, 844 Elm Street
6. City Hall, 1 City Hall Plaza
7. Creative Framing Solutions, 98 Hanover Street
8. Congressman Chris Pappas’ Office, 889 Elm Street
9. Cookson Communications, 36 Lowell Street #1
10. Diz’s Cafe, 860 Elm Street
11. Foundry, 50 Commercial Street
12. Framers Market, 1301 Elm Street
13. Granite State Candy Shoppe, 832 Elm Street
14. New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 700 Elm Street (Stanton Plaza)
15. Oscar Mayer Weinermobile, 5 Stark Street
16. Republic of Campo, 969 Elm Street
17. WZID, 1000 Elm Street (Brady Sullivan Plaza)
18. YMCA, 30 Mechanic Street