There’s Halloween fun for the whole family around Dutchtown! Enterprising kids have a lot of candy in their future with a couple of trunk or treats on Meramec along with multiple businesses on Cherokee opening their doors for trick-or-treaters.
St. Anthony’s Trunk or Treat
St. Anthony of Padua hosts their annual Trunk or Treat from 6pm to 7:30pm on Halloween night. Last year over 700 kids attended! Kids under 13 and accompanied by an adult get a hot dog, a drink, and tons of candy!
Henry Funeral Trunk or Treat
Trick or Treat on Cherokee Street
Come trick or treat on Cherokee Street! Pick up your candy bag and map at Love Bank Park. Kids in need of a costume can come to the tent at Cherokee and Texas. Over a dozen businesses along Cherokee will be handing out candy. You can also take in a family-friendly scary movie at Artist Art for a donation of $1 or a non-perishable food item.
There’s grown-up fun to be had too! Have yourself a Halloween drink while checking out the establishments below.
Visit the Fortune Teller Bar on Halloween night for pop-up shops from BLK MGK WOMAN Apothecary + Healing Arts and Heavenly Sinful Delights LLC, new fall house cocktails, and a new collaboration beer from three Cherokee Street businesses, FTB, Teatopia, and Earthbound Beer.
Exercise Your Demons at Cherokee Street Gallery
Head to Cherokee Street Gallery for a Halloween art and photography show and stick around for live bands starting at 8pm.
Creaky Crow Anniversary Party
Halloween at the Haunt
Halloween in Dutchtown ought to be spent at Dutchtown’s only Halloween-themed bar, The Haunt at Alaska and Delor. There’s always something spooky being served up along side cold, cheap beers.
Whatever you do on Halloween night, be sure to stay safe and have fun!