Scare in the Square

A Rapid City Tradition

Rapid City, SD — Main Street Square held it’s annual Scare in the Square this weekend. It is a community wide event with several businesses joining in to pass out candy and interact with the public. Ghosts, ghouls, heroes and Pokemon lined up on 6th street to receive bags for candy and play games before heading store to store.

Erin McCormick, Main Street Squares events coordinator

says,

“We’re down here at Main Street Square, and we have Scare in the Square and the downtown trick or treat going on today, which is a community wide event. There’s all kinds of local businesses that are participating, all the way from fifth street down to Mount Rushmore. So the downtown is just full of goblins and ghouls today.”

She also say between 8,000 and 10,000 people show up for the event, especially in recent years. The Scare in the Square is a great weekend trick or treat event for the entire family, and has become a Rapid City tradition.

 

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