The Sturgeon Bay Third Avenue Business Association (TABA) invites the community to the second annual Thrills on Third Celebration on Oct. 26 for a day of fun and safe trick-or-treating.
From 9 – 11 am, the first 200 children (accompanied by an adult) at Artists Guild will get a pumpkin to paint and display at the parade. Participants are asked to bring a can of food to donate to Lakeshore CAP food pantry.
At 1 pm, children can march in the costume parade led by Mayor Birmingham. To participate, gather at Martin Park before 1 pm. Prizes will be awarded to the top three costumes. Pets in costume are also welcome, leash laws apply.
Trick-or-treating at local businesses is from 1 – 3 pm. North Third Avenue will be closed to traffic for the parade and to allow for safe trick-or-treating until 3 pm.