by admin on October 27, 2010

Many people don’t know that Disney’s Halloweentown was filmed here in St Helens. And in the month of October we recreate  that Halloween fun all over again, complete with the giant pumpkin in the square!

The riverfont district of Olde Towne Saint Helens sports Halloweentown and Twilight filming locations, haunted places and dark history. The whole town, including the historic courthouse plaza, is decorated for Halloween. Olde Towne shopkeepers and servers are turned into ghosts, goblins and ghouls every Friday at 3 p.m and are restored to their mortal forms at 3 on Sunday.

Saturday October 30th is the BIG day of the month!

- Free Twilight Vampire Makeovers-

- Twilight Tours -
At Noon and 3 pm, $10 per person. Tour includes a guided walking tour of 8 Twilight set locations, a map and behind the scenes photos.

-D.I.Y. Game Room-
12-3pm Kids’ Halloween games available next to the Experience Twilight store.

-Kiwanis Children’s Fair-
St. Helens High School Commons
Saturday October 30th, 10am–4pm

Bring your dog’s best costume for the Halloween Costume Contest. Join us for outdoor family fun with your dog to help the CHS shelter animals.
$5 admission per dog
Saturday October 30th, 3-5pm

- LITTLE SPOOKS PARADE & Safe Trick-or-Treat -
Get your costumes ready! Young ghosts and goblins, grab your goodie bags. The Little Spooks Parade returns to Halloweentown again this year. The popular children’s parade will be held on Saturday, Oct. 30, in Olde Towne St. Helens. Longtime sponsor of the parade The Chronicle newspaper is organizing the family-friendly event. Many Olde Towne area merchants will be open for trick-or-treating by participants immediately after the parade.Human-powered floats, wagons and decorated bicycles are also welcomed. (However, motorized vehicles such as ATVs, go-carts or motorized skateboards are prohibited.)
Assemble at the corner of South First Street and St. Helens Street at 4:30 p.m. Saturday October 30th. The Little Spooks Parade starts at 5 p.m. Children in costume will be led in a in a short parade that will end at the Halloweentown square.
Saturday, October 30th – 4:30 PM
Parade starts at 5 PM

City of St. Helens attempts to break world record for Largest Halloween Gathering
Click here for more info…

-Kids Costume Party at The Vault-
Saturday, Oct. 30th—-*Ages: 12 and under
*Hours: 6pm-8pm *Admission $5 at door
*Fun and spooky games and activities!

- Murder Mystery Dinner -
Saturday nights at Nob Hill B&B
Five courses, a beverage and a scary good time.
Reservations Required: 503. 396. 5555

- Pub Night at Historic Columbia Theatre-
Friday & Sat Movies (21 & over served in Balcony)

Vote for your favorite of the giant scarecrows to line the street

Kids 3 to 12 enter the Halloweentown Coloring Contest.

Mention Halloweentown and get 20% off your stay at Best Western.

Wear Your Costume to Halloweentown in October

A costume will get you:

15% OFF Maya’s Palace on your $20 or more purchase of antique, treasure or oddity
20% OFF Experience Twilight featured items
20% OFF Jilly’s Purchase
20% OFF Word For Word Books *Collectible Case Excluded
25% OFF Halloween Titles at St. Helens Books
50% OFF Time to Climb at the Vault

$4 Halloweentown Martinis at Plantation
Free apple pie with kids menu entree at Plantation
FREE Kids Noodles for costumed rugrats at the Klondike with purchase of entree
FREE Kids Ice Cream Halloween Night at Geppetto’s




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