The Greater Port Washington Business District is bringing back Halloween on Main. This event will be taking place on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Sunset Park near the Town Dock on Lower Main Street in Port Washington. Festivities kick off at 12:30 p.m. with performances by students from Bach to Rock music school. After the concert, the first 300 kids will receive a free Halloween bag to fill with all of their candy loot.
“Our organization is very excited to bring this fun event back to Main Street. The merchants really look forward to greeting the trick or treaters. In addition, it’s a great way for families to get to know the businesses and all they have to offer. It’s very important to shop local because the money you spend in your community goes back into your community. When shopping on-line zero goes back into your community,” stated Mariann Dalimonte, executive director of the Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District.
This event would not be possible without the guidance of Nancy Sinoway and the cooperation of The John Philip Sousa Memorial Band Shell Committee, Port Washington Water Pollution Control District, Port Washington Police and all of the merchants on Main Street who have agreed to participate.
Submitted by the Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District.