Halloween continues into November with Downtown Lebanon’s First Friday Art Walk

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November’s edition of the monthly Downtown Lebanon First Friday Art Walk will have a strong Halloween influence.

This month, First Friday will feature its own Trick-or-Treat path, with stops at participating downtown businesses.

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Business marked with a jack ‘o’ lantern will have treats to hand out to children in costume. Click here to see the full PDF.

The Halloween festivities will also feature a children’s costume contest at Scott Church’s Living Room, 39 S. 8th Street, starting at 6 p.m.

Lots of downtown restaurants and business will have special offerings throughout the evening, and you can find a complete list here (PDF). La Placita will have on display an “Altar Dia de Muertos” (a celebration of family members that have passed away); you’ll see art on display at Scott Church’s Living Room and the Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts; and of course—ghost tours at the Lebanon Farmers Market.

Re:Create will also be featuring live music with Terry Strongheart beginning at 7:30 p.m. and lasting a couple hours.

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First Friday Art Walk Festivities will kickoff Friday evening at 5 p.m.

Trick-or-Treat will be celebrated at the same time, with all municipalities in the county having moved to the rain date of Nov. 1.

Read More: Trick-or-Treat will be November 1 in Lebanon County

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Looking for other things to do? Darrel Moyer’s Halloween display will also be lit up through Friday night at his 117 W. Penn Ave. home in Cleona.

Read More: Trick-or-Treat? Moyer Halloween Display ready to delight young ghouls & goblins

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