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Downtown is the place for Halloween treats
Families in Enumclaw and Buckley will be able to enjoy a safe and fun Halloween downtown this year thanks to their chambers of commerce.
The Enumclaw and Buckley chambers will each host trick-or-treating in their downtown shopping centers from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday.
Enumclaw’s Cole Street will be closed from Marshall Avenue to Stevenson Avenue, with the exception of Griffin Avenue, which will remain open.
Also in Enumclaw, Hope Lutheran Church will present a free Halloween carnival for the community – and promises nothing spooky or scary.
The event is for preschoolers through elementary school-age children, along with their parents. There will be games, prizes, treats, snacks and candy. There will be a bouncy house for the smaller children and hot coffee for adults.
The church is at 1316 Garfield St., across from Montgomery Park.
In Buckley, downtown visitors also can stop for hot chocolate and cider at Mount Rainier Realty.
Also in Buckley, Heritage House on state Route 410 will pass out candy from 6:30 to 8 p.m.