Downtown Trick or Treat provides a safe, fun-filled environment for Trick-or-Treaters of all ages. Even those with no children will find plenty to celebrate on Main Street October 31st. That’s when local kids, decked out in their spookiest, silliest and cutest costumes, gather to collect a teacher’s ransom of candy distributed by local businesses and charities. There’s live music, dancing, free hot dogs and drinks, and an irresistible excitement built into the celebration. Virtually the entire community – kids, grown-ups, pets – shows up in costume to celebrate. Visitors are not only invited to this party but encouraged to join the fun. (Please keep all Zombies on a leash at all times!)
HIGHLANDS FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL
Highlands Food and Wine Festival has won a passionate regional following, thanks to its intricate blending of food, drink (craft beers, exquisitely formulated cocktails, and internationally ranked wine labels), music, and, always, the unexpected.
A Toast to Five Years returns November 13-14, 2020 to Kelsey-Hutchinson Park in Downtown Highlands. The weekend will feature world-class food from Highlands and visiting chefs, wine and spirits seminars, speciality dinners and live music from Mandolin Orange, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, The War & Treaty and many more. For more information or to subscribe to the festival newsletter, please visit www.highlandsfoodandwine.com.