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  • Writer's pictureCaity Koz

First Ever Manchester Fall Festival Announced

Mayor Joyce Craig and Manchester Economic Development have announced the City’s first-ever Fall Festival scheduled for Friday, October 28, from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm in Downtown Manchester.

Visitors and community members are invited to come downtown and celebrate the fall season in New Hampshire’s largest city. Meet Mayor Joyce Craig at City Hall and get a free book from the Bookmobile, stroll downtown and Trick-or-Treat at participating downtown businesses, then make your way to Stanton Plaza for fun and games! Activities at Stanton Plaza include a photo booth, kid’s games and activities, pumpkin carving, a coloring contest, a decoration station for a lighted display, and so much more!

“Come have a wicked good time, goblin candy, and creepin’ it real downtown!” said Mark Gomez, Chief of Parks.

“Every year I look forward to seeing families enjoying downtown, walking around, shopping, and visiting our restaurants for downtown trick-or-treating, and with the addition of our Fall Festival, there is even more of a reason to celebrate!” Said Mayor Joyce Craig.

City-wide Trick-or-Treating is scheduled in the City of Manchester for Sunday, October 31 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

Organizations and businesses interested in participating in Downtown Trick-or-Treat should contact the Economic Development Office at 603-624-6505 or


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