The Newberg Downtown Coalition invites children of all ages to come to Downtown Newberg on Halloween, Monday, Oct. 31, from 5 to 7 p.m. for safe Trick or Treating, Photo Opportunities, a Haunted House, a Haunted Trolley and a Food Court.
Trick or Treat Street
Continuing a long-time downtown tradition, downtown businesses will provide candy for costumed trick or treaters.
Second Annual Community Jack-0-Lantern Display located in the lot next to the Post Office (corner of Howard and First Street). Bring your carved pumpkin to the lot on Friday the 30th or Saturday the 31st and showcase your Jack-o-Lantern! Let’s fill the Square and light the Berg!
Authentic Mexican food served in the best way possible- out of a food truck. Ricky’s Tacos stuffs their burritos to the brim so you’ll never find yourself wanting for more after you’ve had their delicious specials.
Boy Scout Troop 265 will operate a haunted house at the Scout House in nearby Memorial Park from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
A Haunted trolleycourtesy of Hopp Insurancewill offer free rides, with pick-up locations at Nap’s Thriftway, the haunted house at Fourth Street and Howard Street, as well as the preschool activities at Edwards Street and First Street.
There will be a business decorating contest and many downtown businesses will be decorated for the festivities. Trick or treaters can vote for their favorite by stopping by the booth at Francis Square to get their voting token.