Put on your best costumes, and head to downtown Henderson tomorrow (Oct. 30) for some trick or treating from 3:00-5:00pm. Popular costumes this year include Michael Jackson, Harry Potter, Miley Cyrus, and vampires according to this article on About.com. Henderson is proud to provide this safe Halloween alternative that allows both children and adults to enjoy the holiday. Local businesses will be handing out candy. For adults: Although you might not have time to shop during the bustle of activities on Friday, be sure to come back downtown to the shops soon and take a look around at the great selection of merchandise Henderson businesses have to offer. You can view a full listing of stores on our website.
But, there’s more than just candy. The Annual Employee Halloween Costume Contest and the Halloween parade will also take place tomorrow. To view the Halloween Parade meet at the Big Rivers parking lot on the corner of 3rd and Main Streets at 4:45pm. This article on the Downtown Henderson Project blog provides more information on these events.
Immediately following, families are invited to the annual Fall Festival at First Baptist Church. Enjoy inflatables, rides, food, and games from 5:00-7:00pm. The best part? It’s all FREE!