Halloween in St. Louis!

Jessica
2944 days ago.

Join in the city’s biggest Halloween party this Saturday, October 29th in the Central West End! This party, said to be the biggest Halloween party in St. Louis for the past 27 years, has something for everyone.

11 am – Children’s Costume Parade
The parade will start at the intersection of McPherson and Euclid, and progress south along Euclid to Maryland Plaza. Following the parade, children are invited on stage to show off their costumes.

12 pm – Trick-or-Treating
Children will be given complimentary Trick-or-Treat bags following the Children’s Parade. Businesses up and down Euclid, Maryland Plaza and McPherson will be handing out goodies to trick-or-treaters.

1 pm – Pet Costume Parade
The parade will start at the intersection of McPherson and Euclid, and progress south along Euclid to Maryland Plaza.

Once the sun goes down, the real ghouls come out!

ADULTS ONLY Costume Contest and Party – featuring over $3000 in cash prizes!
6 pm – Registration for the costume contest opens at Maryland Plaza (check link for rules and details)
9 pm – Costume contest begins
10:30 pm – Top Ten finalists announced
11 pm – Contest winners announced

CWE businesses participate in high style with booths that include little bites and only the best in beverages.

If you’re a late planner like me, this is the perfect party for you because you’re not required to purchase advanced tickets…just show up and join in the fun! And if you get chilly, head inside to one of the surrounding bars: Bar Louie, Sub Zero or Drunken Fish to enjoy their crazy Halloween festivities!

Happy Halloween!!

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Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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