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Trick-or-Treat in the Historic District

Bring the kids downtown for safe, fun trick-or-treating.

Looking for a safe place to take the kids trick-or-treating for Halloween? 

This year marks the 29th Annual Halloween in the Historic District where families and merchants meet for a night of spooky fun.

Every year, hundreds of families descend on the Historic District to show off their costumes and mingle with the ghosts and ghouls of Ellicott City businesses. Kids can trick-or-treat at many of the District’s downtown shops on Wed. Oct. 31 from 4 – 6 p.m. 

Sponsored by the Ellicott City Business Association, Halloween in the Historic District is free and open to everyone. 

For an added treat for kids – and adults – stop by Taylor’s Antique Mall, 8197 Main Street to see a LEGO Halloween display. 

And when it's all said and done, upload your best pictures to enter our costume contest for a chance to win $5,000.

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