October 29, 2021
Posted By: Jenny
All participating businesses will have a pumpkin poster at the front door, so stop in for some candy!
Bring your costumed kiddos down for the annual downtown trick or treating event! Look for posters at participating businesses.
Please follow safety precautions and social distancing guidelines set by the CDC.
Each participating business will have a pumpkin in their window.
Trick-or-treat downtown’s historic business district. Dress up & enjoy pedestrian-friendly street closures for safety on Central Ave. Secret judges will be looking for best overall costume, best group costume, and most creative costume! Kids who win will receive a downtown prize.
City parking lots are located along Maple Ave and Chestnut Ave. There is also parking along the 2nd Street corridor and the Wenzel Family Plaza.
Meet at Hometown Junction Park for a Halloween Party and get your Trick or Treat bag! Then, head up and down Main Street where the shops and local businesses are waiting for you with treats and goodies! Return to the park by 4:30 for refreshments, a free goody bag (while supplies last) and enter our Costume Contest, judged by the Verona Area Chamber of Commerce. Lots of chances to win!
Halloween Safe Trick-or-Treat from downtown at the Main Street businesses will be Friday, Oct 29, 2021 from 3-5 pm. The city door-to-door trick or treating is Friday evening.
Enjoy Trick or Treat at the downtown Main St. Businesses on Friday, October 29th and possibly win a gift card by bringing a decorated pumpkin.
Join us at our Halloween party of Main Street to help celebrate the completion of Main Street!
Downtown Businesses & Village Park Enjoy a unique way to trick-or-treat! Our Halloween Trunk-or-Treat provides a safe environment for families to enjoy an evening of Halloween fun in a neat atmosphere! Costumed children (age 12 & under) trick-or-treat outdoors by going between downtown businesses on Leonard Street and booths set up in West Salem Village Park to get their bag filled with goodies. NOTE: Adults MUST accompany children. No drop offs!
Click here to see more trick-or-treat dates & times for communities throughout Wisconsin.