Treats arrive in downtown Maryville at 26th annual event


The 26th Annual Downtown Maryville Trick or Treat Event will take place from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 28 in downtown Maryville.

In total, 64 participants welcome families.

The participating off-site “handlers” are: A&G Restaurant, 208 North Main; Midwest Bank, 402 North Main; Bearcat Boogie, 515 N. Main; Carquest Auto Parts, 123 North Main, Citizens Bank & Trust, 105 North Main; Town Hall, 415 North Market; Elks Lodge 760 annual hot dog and drink at 115 North Main; The First Baptist Family Life Center in the parking lot on the first block of South Main will have a Slime Time Trunk or Treat; First United Methodist Church, 102 North Main, Maddy’s Tanning Salon and Westside Tattoo, 106 South Main; Maryville Chamber and Nodaway County Economic Development, 408 North Market; Maryville Forum, 111 E. Jenkins; Maryville Florists, 214 North Main; Maryville Public Library, 509 North Main; Meyer Auto Center, 204 North Market Street; Midland Surveying and Nodaway County Summary, 401 North Market; Midwest Data Center, 206 E. Third; Northwestern Chiropractic and Balance of Mind and Body, 206 West 2nd; Priority 1 Realty, 213 North Main, Shirley’s Realty, 603 N. Main, Simply Post Boutique, 216 North Main; Bank of the United States, 120 South Main; and the US Post Office, 501 North Fillmore.

Square merchants who will be handing out giveaways are A Step Ahead Dance Company, Anderson Sundell & Skinner, Bank Midwest, Board Game Cafe, La Chic Salon & Spa, Associate Circuit Court Judge Robert Rice, Nodaway County Circuit Clerk Elaine Wilson, Nodaway County MU Extension , Nodaway News Leader, Nodaway Valley Bank, Northwest Audio Visual, Pop Loaded, Simply Siam, and Veronica Luke Tax & Accounting.

Other people visiting Nodaway County Courthouse Square are: A&M Amusement, Association of Group Homes, North, South & East Caseys, Nodaway County DARE and Sheriff’s Department, Humane Society Animal Shelter, 97.1 the ‘Vill / Pick-up Country, KNIM, Kiwanis, Laclede Chain, Make It Maryville Shopping Group, Maryville Pride Lions Club, Maryville Fire Department, Nodaway County Health Center, Nodaway County Federated Republican Women and Men’s Associates, Oak Pointe Assisted Living, Parents as Teachers , Shoe Sensation, St. Gregory School, The Bridge Church, Tri-State Auto Family, Vision Source Eyecare and Wells Bank.

Everyone involved this year is urged to use common sense and prioritize safety. The town of Maryville has closed the streets around the plaza, but not all streets are blocked. Watch for traffic as you cross unblocked streets. If you or your children are not feeling well, stay home.

“This has been an amazing and fun event for 26 years,” said Kathy Rice, event organizer. “It is your personal choice to participate or not. “


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