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Find Treats on the Streets Thursday

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Treats on the Streets

Suzy Moyd, executive director of Main Street Hartsville, was all decked out for the constume contest in 2017's Treats on the Streets. This year's event takes place Thursday in downtown Hartsville.

Downtown Hartsville will be taken over by mummies, bats, princesses, pirates, ghosts and superheroes walking the streets and looking for treats at downtown shops, restaurants, and businesses when Main Street Hartsville hosts its annual Treats on the Streets event on Thursday from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Each year, this safe, free, Halloween-themed event is a major attraction for families and children. The 2018 event had several thousand people walking the streets as they went door to door trick-or-treating at businesses along East Carolina Avenue, West Carolina Avenue, 5th Street and East College Avenue.

The Hartsville Police Department will be closing streets to vehicular traffic from 3:30 to 7 p.m. Fifth Street will be closed from Cargill Way to Home Avenue and Carolina Avenue will be closed from Fourth Street to Sixth Street.

The event will also feature a Hocus Pocus Costume Contest and Strut Your Mutt Dog Costume Contest in Centennial Park sponsored by SPC Credit Union. Those interested, should register in advance at mainstreethartsville.org/programs/hocus-pocus-costume-contest-registration. Check out the event page on Facebook for more details!

The Third annual Downtown Scarecrow Contest will accompany the Treats on the Streets event.

For more information, visit mainstreethartsville.org, call 843-917-0602, or email lauren.baker@hartsvillesc.gov.

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