There's no shortage of happenings around town throughout the next week to celebrate Halloween. Here's a local listing:
Thursday, Oct. 25:
Great Lakes Chiropractic is offering a free exam for children ages 14 and under. Patients will receive a complete health history, orthopedic and neurological exam, report of findings and an adjustment if needed. There will also be fun games and a prize for the person who can guess the weight of the pumpkin. To make your appointment please call 763-807-8969.
Friday, Oct. 26:
Bring your kids in costume to the Great Candy Harvest sponsored by Shop
From 3-5 p.m. kids can visit the following businesses for a Halloween treat: Central Bank, Dehmers Meats, Edina Realty, Edward Jones, Great Northern Bank, Hardware Hank, Indy Lifts, Liberty Restaurant and Bar, Marketplace, Peggy Schumm CPA, River Lanes, Schulte's Nursery, Second Times a Charm, Solutions Counseling, Subway, Verizon Wireless and Walgreens. Bonus: St. Michael Patch will be at Colonial Mall.
Saturday, Oct. 27:
Ghouls for Groceries Event at Maris Ehlers Photography. Bring your kids in costume to her studio from 3-5 p.m. with a non-perishable food donation and your child will receive a free portrait on their Halloween set. Games, prizes and treats included.
Sunday, Oct. 28:
Alleluia Lutheran Church is putting on their annual Trunk or Treat in the St. Michael Elementary parking lot. From 2-4 p.m. kids will enjoy strolling around the decorated themed vehicles, playing games and getting neat
treats. While you’re there, drop off your “Coins for Haiti” to help make a
change in Haiti by supporting the next Alleluia Haiti Mission Team going in
Monday, Oct. 29:
Central Minnesota Fit Club is having a Kids Night. Bring your kids to Fit Club for a fun workout at 6:30 p.m. Work out friendly costumes are welcome. With all the treats the kids are sure to enjoy this week, a night of fun exercise for the whole family is a good idea.
Tuesday, Oct. 30:
Bring your kids trick or treating at The Legacy from 10-11 a.m. Residents will be handing out candy.
FYCC is hosting Halloween Bingo at St. Michael City Center from 6:30-7:30 p.m. $10 per family and lots of prizes.
Wednesday, Oct. 31:
Don’t miss the Haunted House put on by Mike and Lisa Fox. New this year is a creepy carnival theme and the couple has expanded it to be even larger than last year. Like in years past, they suggest a parent going through first to make sure it’s not too scary for your kids. Opens at 6 p.m. on Halloween night. Bring a non-perishable food donation for Hanover Food Shelf. Last year, 446 people visited the Haunted House and over 5 large bins of food were donated.
The St. Michael Albertville National Honor Society will also be collecting non perishable food items for the Hanover Food Shelf on October 31st. The Trick or Can event has been a tradition of the national Honor Society for the past several years and this year we have a goal of 2000 items. Please
be generous this Halloween when they come to your door!