Fairy princesses and super-heroes will share the sidewalks in downtown White Salmon with ghosts and ghouls for an evening of trick-or-treating at the 6th annual Community Safe Halloween.
Next Monday evening, Oct. 31, from 5 to 8 p.m., shops and businesses from both Bingen and White Salmon will line both sides of downtown Jewett Blvd. to treat the tricksters with candy and other surprises.
United Methodist Church will offer free hot dogs and hot chocolate while Business Partners will offer free hot cider to warm hands and fill tummies on a chilly evening.
Mid-Columbia Ministries will also offer exciting carnival-style games at their "Festival of Lights" event in the parking area between Riverview, Sterling, and Columbia State banks.
So dress-up the whole family and enjoy a creepy stroll around downtown White Salmon for our fun and Community Safe Halloween event.
Sponsored by Bingen-White Salmon Business Partners, White Salmon United Methodist Church, Mid-Columbia Ministries, participating local businesses, and White Salmon Thriftway.