Mayor Joseph Curtatone and the Somerville Arts Council present a SomerStreets event:
HALLOWEEN FESTIVAL & PARADE
Sunday, October 24th from noon-4p.m.
711 Somerville Avenue (near Elm Street)
Come one, come all little boys and little ghouls...
Somerville Avenue between Bow Street and Beacon Street will be closed down so that children can play, people can walk, and bikes can ride around.
All along the street different events will be happening! Including: live music, kids crafts, a Halloween parade, and free candy from local businesses!
Join us at the Halloween Craft Fair (with over 30 vendors) taking place between Elm Street and Beacon Street (close to Porter Square).
Don't have a costume yet for Halloween?
Join us as we sew our own! The Somerville Sewing Center has generously agreed to lend us three machines for the weekend.
Bring clothing to donate or a costume you'd like to alter and get help stitching it up!
Also, FREE face painting - so your little goblin or ghoulie can prepare for the big weekend!
Don't miss this Spooktacular event!
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