MANCHESTER NH – The city’s fourth annual ‘Halloween at City Hall/Elm Street Trick-or-Treat is happening Friday Oct. 29 from 3-5 p.m.
Similar to last year, this 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.
“I’m excited to again offer a fun, and safe way for kids and families to trick-or-treat downtown this year,” said Mayor Joyce Craig. “Every year I look forward to seeing families enjoying downtown, walking around, shopping and visiting our restaurants. I hope to see folks out again this year to celebrate Halloween a couple days early!”
Halloween at City Hall will take place outside in City Hall Plaza. Neighborhood Trick-or-Treating is scheduled in the City of Manchester for Sunday, October 31 from 6-8 p.m.
- 900 Degrees, 50 Dow St.
- Adored Wifi, 850 Elm St
- Bookery Manchester, 844 Elm St
- Bookmobile, 1 City Hall Plaza
- Ben & Jerry’s, 940 El
- Blush Beauty Boutique & Spa, 1361 Elm
- Bonfire Country Bar, 950 Elm
- Creative Framing Solutions, 86 Hanover
- Diz’s Cafe, 860 Elm
- Double Midnight Comics, 850 Elm
- Evision Eyecare, 1093 Elm
- Factory on Willow, 844 Elm
- Framer’s Market, 1301 Elm
- Granite State Candy Shoppe, 832 Elm
- Lilac + Finch, 1361 Elm
- New Hampshire Fisher Cats
- Office of Congressman Chris Pappas, 889 Elm St
- Office of Mayor Joyce Craig, 1 City Hall Plaza
- Soul and Shadow, 20 Hanover St
- Terracotta Room, 1361 Elm
- UNH Manchester, 940 Elm
- Wild Orchid Bakery, 836 Elm
- YMCA, 30 Mechanic St