Trick or Treat on Mainstreet is made possible by the CCRV Rotary Club.
Trick or Treat on Mainstreet is happening Halloween, Monday, October 31, 2016 3:30 -7:00 p.m. in O’Brien Park & Mainstreet
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Trick or Treat on Mainstreet is FREE to the public.
This Halloween tradition that is run by the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club is something the entire community looks forward to each year.
Kids of all ages are encouraged to dress up as your favorite characters whether it be astronauts and princesses, pumpkins or football players all are welcome to join in the festive fun. Well behaved dogs in costume are welcome.
Mainstreet is frightfully fun with ghoul and goblins throughout the land… set off on your quest for sweets. Many of the shop owners all along East Mainstreet and in the Baskin Robbins shopping center will have candy and treats for the little ghosts in your family.
What are the hours of Trick or Treat on Mainstreet?
All the booths will be open at 3:30pm and will close at 7:00pm on October 31st. Mainstreet will close at 1:30pm to allow for setup and will remain closed until 10:00pm to allow for tear down.
The Parker Station Parking lot is offering free parking for the event for everyone. David A. Van Landschoot loves Halloween and always goes above and beyond to decorate the building to delight the kids of ALL ages, check your map app to get parking lot entrance off of Victorian Drive 19751 East Mainstreet, Suite 258. He is creating a hay maze for the kids and is planning a secret surprise on Halloween. Be sure to stop by and visit all the first floor businesses for tricks or treats.
The PACE Center has authorized its lot to be used which is located at 20000 Pikes Peak Ave, Parker, CO 80138, There is street parking around the PACE Center and down Pikes Peak Court and Pikes Peak Drive.
H2O’Brien Parking Lot will be open for use.
- Parker Station
- PACE Center
- Elevation 5900
- Fika Coffee House
- Indochine Cuisine
- Las Delicious
- Nomelie Cupcakes
- Swirls Frozen Yogurt
- Tailgate Tavern & Grill
- Vines Wine Bar
- Rocket Fizz
- All Eyes on U
- Seven Seas Hair Salon
- Me Me Me Salon
- Mainstreet Dental
- Farmer’s Insurance
- Mango Mortgage
- Osgood Team Real Estate
- Travel Leaders
- Parker Area Chamber/Visitors Center
- JTS Real Estate
- Beautiful Art Picture Framing
- Bonnie Bella Boutique
- Fruits of Our Spirit
- Mainstreet Flower Market
- Parker Panache
- Pinetree Jewelers
- Victoria Maris Jewelers
How to participate and hand out candy to the kids.
Local businesses may participate in the event in several ways. The participation fee is $0 (FREE) with a $50 refundable deposit for your booth. Please contact info@trickortreatonmainstreet.
Be sure and bring your camera to snap keepsake fall shots of all the fun your family is having and a Trick or Treat bag to hold all your tasty treasures.
Our favorite moment from past Trick or Treat on Mainstreets : Thriller Flash Mob, watch for rumors of the time to be revealed on social media.
Who puts on Trick or Treat on Mainstreet?
The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club has sponsored Trick or Treat on Mainstreet since its inception in 2007.
Why does The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club host Trick or Treat on Mainstreet?
The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club has several fund-raisers throughout the year including the Smokin’ Brew Barbeque and Parker Brewfest and more. The CCV Rotary Club hosts Trick or Treat on Mainstreet as a thank you to the Parker community for their support of our fundraising efforts, which go toward helping the community and the world. The event also allows Parker businesses to thank the community for supporting their businesses as well.
What is Rotary?
Rotary International is an international service organization whose stated purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. It is a secular organization open to all persons regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender, or political preference. Rotary’s motto is “Service above Self.”
What does CCV Rotary do for the local community?
CCV contributes financially as well as by volunteering at several local organizations including Homes for our Troops, Project Sanctuary, Women’s Crisis Shelter, Parker Food Bank and Douglas County Support Center. The CCV Rotary also provides dictionaries to Parker 3rd graders and copies of the Constitution to Parker 5th graders. While this is a fund-raiser for the club, the event brings vendors and patrons to Parker who contribute to the local economy.
Why do you charge businesses to participate?
The CCV Rotary club makes a significant financial contribution to the event. The donations made by sponsors help off-set some of the expenses involved with hosting Trick or Treat on Mainstreet.