Neato incognito descends upon Guernsey

The Guernsey Treat Street festivities are upon us once again. This week lots of princesses, ghouls, super heroes and fancy animals will be roaming the sidewalks of Guernsey. As a warning to motorists, Oct. 29 will be a busy time downtown as kids will be trick or treating between the hours of 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m.

GUERNSEY – The annual Halloween festivities in Guernsey will take place this coming weekend as Guernsey Treat Street, the Halloween Carnival and the Fire Department’s Haunted House will be available to all.

The fun starts Friday, Oct. 29, as many downtown businesses participate in handing out Halloween candy. According to the Treat Street map, you can begin your candy journey dressed in your neato incognito outfits at Lynn’s Superfoods and proceed to Register Cliff Pharmacy, on to the Bunkhouse motel, then to First Street Bank. From there you can stop in at the Sagebrush Motel and then to the Town of Guernsey offices and then to Banner Capital Bank before heading north to Ben’s Guernsey Grill. It’s then on to Twisters, back south to Howshar Hardware and then finishing up at Able Tactile.

The businesses of Guernsey will be participating in Treat Street from 1:30-4 p.m.

The treasure map then takes you to the west gym of Guernsey-Sunrise High School where the Lions Club Halloween Carnival runs from 5 – 7 p.m.

Again this year, the Guernsey Fire Department is sponsoring a haunted house on both Friday and Saturday nights. The haunting will be available from 6-10 p.m. each night. The cost to enter the haunted house is $8 for adults and $5 for children 6-11.

The Haunted House is located at Town Hall, 81 W. Whalen Street in Guernsey.


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