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A Reminder of Treats on the Town this evening

Treats on the Town + Squarecrows + Story Trail - One of Columbia's Most Popular Festivals is this evening.

By Ellen Zornes, President, Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce

Just a reminder of the Chamber of Commerce "Treats on the Town" this afternoon/evening,, Monday, October 31, 2016, 4pm-7pmCT on the Square in Columbia. This is a safe, fun way to trick or treat on Halloween with the square closed to traffic.

Many businesses, churches and organizations will be set up around the square and at Columbia Baptist Church about one block off the square on Greensburg Street to hand out lots of treats this evening. Parents, remember your cameras for pictures of your costumed child with our Squarecrows! And of course, the Story Trail and scarecrow drawings on business windows. Should be a lot of family fun on the blocked off square this evening!

This story was posted on 2016-10-31 11:51:59
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