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October 21, 2013

Trick-Or-Treat at Brickyard Square

EPPING —Halloween: it's coming. And it's great. And it's... only one day. But that's why the gods of costumed fun invented the Brick Yard Square Family and Kids Trick-Or-Treat event on Tues., October 29, from 3:00-6:00 p.m.

The Brick Yard Square Shopping Plaza in Epping, will be brimming with candy and treats for a pre-Halloween good time that will provide ample fun for your entire family. This event offers kids and families a way to trick-or-treat from store to store instead of door to door. The event will feature sweet goodies, characters in costume and lots of fun activities at each participating location. Join the Kids Costume Contest at 4:30 p.m. for a chance to win a $50.00 Gift Card. Don’t want to trick or treat? Then come out and vote for the store with the “Best Decorated” spooky window display.

Participating restaurants and stores include: Kume Japanese Steakhouse, Market Basket Supermarket, Exeter Paint West, Great Clips Salon, 900 Degrees Pizzeria, Brentwood Dental Designs, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, and more. Each of these establishments will have their own not-too-spooky fun and activities for you and your family. It’s free of charge and a safe place providing fun for families and kids.

Begin your afternoon of fun at 3:00 p.m. and pick up an event map of participating businesses. This Halloween event is rain or shine. The Brickyard Square Shopping Plaza is located at 1 Brick Yard Square, 24 Calef Highway (Route 125) in Epping, NH. For more information, visit www.drnkwaterproductionsevents.com.

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