Mark your Calendars for Trick or Treat Down Mainstreet!

Annie Lindgren

North Forty News

Calling all kids, get your costumes ready for Wellington’s Annual Trick or Treat Down Main Street Event! Families head to downtown Wellington from 3-5 pm on Halloween, October 31, for a safe event the whole family can enjoy.

Are you a business owner interested in participating in this fun annual downtown event? There is a form for that! Contact Kallie with the Wellington Main Street Program or Mary with the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce for more details.  The deadline to sign up is October 15. You don’t need to be a downtown business to participate. 

This year’s route begins at the corner of 4th Street and Cleveland or 1st Street and Cleveland, where attendees receive a free reusable Trick or Treat Bag. Huge thanks to the twenty local business sponsors who donated to the offering of these bags.

Face coverings are encouraged for all attendees and folks asked to practice safe social distancing. Generous local businesses will be handing out candy to attendees outside, as there will not be trick or treating inside downtown businesses this year. Please do not attend the event if you are sick or have been around someone who is ill.

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This event is brought to you through collaboration among the Wellington Main Street Program, the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Wellington, and the many local businesses signed up to participate.

Kallie Cooper, Executive Director of the Main Streets Program, shares a “THANK YOU to our AMAZING sponsors for supporting the reusable Trick or Treat Bags!” Sponsors include Boys and Girls Club, Dumpster Diverz, Farmers Insurance, Human Bean, Integrity Insurance, JBA Wealth, Josh Westmoreland Law, Kacy Lobato Graphics, Kimball Nelson Photography, Wellington-Waverly Kiwanis, Larimer County Sheriff’s Department – Wellington Squad, Meridian Trust Federal Credit Union, Mordini’s Collision Repair, M Rock Creative, Sparge Brewing, Tabby Road Animal Hospital, TDS, Thistle, Waxi Taxi, Yellow Glove Cleaning Services. In addition, THANK YOU to the Town of Wellington for helping support the road closure!

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