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Downtown Offers Safe Trick-or-Treat

Annual Kids Halloween October 31: Look for the ‘Trick-or-Treat HERE’ signs


Head on downtown on Sunday, October 31 from 12-3pm for the annual Downtown Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat.

Downtown businesses get into the spirit of the haunting season by welcoming hundreds of costumed children with treats, stickers, coupons or other Halloween goodies. With more than 80 locations to stop at, Downtown Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat provides a fun and safe environment for children in the community. Children just need to bring their own goodie bag to fill at participating businesses that display a “Trick-or-Treat HERE” sign and orange and black balloons.

Participating locations are on State Street and side streets from Gutierrez to Micheltorena Street and include: Arlington Theatre, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Billabong, Blenders in the Grass, Blush Restaurant & Lounge, Café Shell, Chinos Rock and Tacos, Coach, Coast Restaurant & Bar, Cold Stone Creamery, Cost Plus World Market, Crossroads Trading Company, El Prado Inn, Fiesta Five Theater, Flip Flop Shops, Float Luxury Spa, Free People, Fueled Sports Performance, Hobby Central, Imagine, Joe’s Café, Kahuna Grill, Los Arroyos, Lovebird Boutique, Mac’s Fish and Chips, Macy’s, Metro 4 Theater, Metro Entertainment, Naartjie, Nine West, OffLeash- Where Pets Meet Style, Old Navy, Palazzio, Panda Express, Pandora, Pascucci, Paseo Nuevo, Paseo Nuevo Theatre, Peace Store, Peanuts Maternity & Kids, Plum Goods, Rockin Yogurt, Santa Barbara Denim Company, Santa Barbara Museum of Art Store, Sephora, Sunglass Pros, SuperCuts, Teavana, Territory Ahead Outlet, The Antique Alley, The Area, The Book Den, The Closet Trading Company, The Granada Box Office, The Natural Café, The Territory Ahead, T-Mobile, Tracy Porter Store, True Religion Brand Jeans and Underground Hair Artists.

Downtown Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat is sponsored by the Downtown Organization and is FREE to the community and businesses. For more information call 962.2098 ext. 22

Source: Santa Barbara Downtown Organization

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