Get your ghouls and goblins ready for a spooktacular evening of candy, food, entertainment, and more for the Downtown Candy Crawl. It's back and seems as though it will be bigger than ever.

The date is set for Saturday, October 29 beginning as early as 3:00 pm and will run until 7:00 pm. During that time, candy crawlers can enjoy a full-on block party on the 300 block of Broad Street featuring live music and vendors. The actual candy crawl from 4:30p to 6:30p a Trunk or Treat provided by the Seven Slot Society of Swla and a surprise grand finale at dusk. Maps will be available at Panorama Music house to make sure you don't miss a single thing during the crawl.

Lake Charles Downtown Business Association
Lake Charles Downtown Business Association

If you would like to be a vendor or pass out candy, you can contact Sara Lasher - or 337-842-8198.

If you'd like to help sponsor the event, you can contact Logan Fontenot - or 337-274-4300

If you'd like to perform or have other questions, you can contact Jay Ecker - or 337-853-8800

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