Thursday, October 28, 2010
Fall Fest on courtsquare Saturday
The Holly Springs Main Street Association is sponsoring a Community Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 30, from 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. downtown.
Areas for the event include the courthouse lawn, and College and Market streets at the square.
As organizers continue to fine-hone the details, some expected events include free candy, popcorn, games and entertainment, according to Judy Smith with the association.
Grades 7-12 from all area schools have been invited and local fraternities and sororities have been invited to open booths.
Some highlights include:
• face painting
Sunday, Oct. 31, is slated as the official day for Halloween activities in the city with a curfew set at 10 p.m., according to mayor Andre’ DeBerry.
He also urges everyone to come out and enjoy the Main Street Fall Festival on Saturday. The events are free of charge.
Parents or guardians are asked to accompany children during trick-or-treating activities to assure their safety in crossing streets.
Extra security has been added at the police department to ensure public safety, according to chief Robert Pearson.
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