Children and Youth

Hollister Recreation hosts second annual Treat Streets

The first 800 participants will receive an official Treat Streets bag filled with goodies.
Provided by Hollister Recreation.
Provided by Hollister Recreation.

This article was contributed by the Hollister Recreation Department.

The second annual Treat Streets will take place from 4-6 p.m. on Halloween (Oct. 31) in downtown Hollister, on San Benito Street from South Street to Fourth Street. Come experience all the fun Halloween festivities right here in town! Participate in the Costume Contest, Haunted House and Cake Walk.

Treat Streets is a safe and child-friendly event. Costumes are highly recommended, but not required.

The first 800 participants will receive an official Treat Streets bag filled with goodies!

Attached you’ll find the event’s informational flyer and costume contest registration.

A huge thank you goes out to our sponsors: San Benito County Free Library, RJR Recycling, Mountain Mike’s Pizza, A+ Tutoring, Mark Medina Supervisor District 1, VFW Post 9242, American Legion Post 69, Pride Conveyance Systems-Shannon Pride, Casa de Fruta Choo Choo, George Chiala Farms, Straw Hat Pizza, O’Hana Shave Ice, The Garden Shoppe & Bar, Java Express, and Waste Connections John Smith Landfill.

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