Halloween Trick or Treat Trail

The Petaluma Downtown Association presents its 2014

Halloween Trick or Treat Trail

through Downtown Petaluma

Friday October 31st, 3:00pm - 5:30pm


Join over 60 participating Downtown merchants for a fun and safe community Halloween for the entire family and goodies for costumed kids under 12.  Prepare for a hautingly "ghould" time from 3 - 5:30pm on Friday October 31st as the scary, the cute, the ugly and the creepy descend on Downtown Petaluma. 

Download a Trick or Treat Trail Map by Clicking Here!

2014 Participants Include:

Acorn Chiropractic Club 151 2nd Street
Alphabet Soup Thrift Store 217 Western Ave
Athletic Soles 49 Petaluma Blvd N.
B Street Mercantile 316 B St.
Bici Sport Bike Shop 143 Kentucky St.
Bliss Bridal & Black Tie 145 Petaluma Blvd N.
Blush 133 Kentucky St.
Boulevard Cinemas
200 C St.
Bovine Bakery 23 Kentucky St.
Brian's Comics 1 4th St., Ste B
Café Des Croissant 25 Petaluma Blvd S.
Central Animal Hospital 203 D St.
Chick-A-Boom! Vintage 7 Western Ave
Cokas Diko 21 Washington St.
Copperfields Books 140 Kentucky St.
Cucina Paradiso 114 Petaluma Blvd N.
Dempsey's 50 E Washington St.
E=Ethical Clothing 122 Kentucky St.
Exchange Bank 2 E Washington St.
First American Title Co.
101 2nd St., #150
First Community Bank 100 2nd St.
French Hen Antiques 218 Petaluma Blvd N.
Gallery One 209 Western Ave
High Tech Burrito 5 Petaluma Blvd S.
Hollingsworth Jewelers Gallery 5 Petaluma Blvd N.
Hot Polka Dot 119 Kentucky St.
Jennie Low's
140 2nd St.
Lions & Tigers & Hair 18 Kentucky St., #42
Little Luma 21 Western Ave
Louis Thomas 150 Kentucky St.
Marisa's Fantasia 29 Petaluma Blvd N.
McNears & Mystic Theatre 23 Petaluma Blvd N.
Nan Winters 23 4th St.
Nicoles Fashion Boutique 7 Petaluma Blvd N.
Old Chicago Pizza 41 Petaluma Blvd N.
Old Shanghai Decor 172 Petaluma Blvd N.
One Planet
5 4th St.
Opera House 145 Kentucky St.
Paperwhite 119 Kentucky St.
Peet's Coffee & Tea 5 Petaluma Blvd S.
Petaluma Dental 153 Kentucky St.
Petaluma Market 210 Western Ave
Petaluma Museum Assoc. 20 4th St
Petaluma Pie Company 125 Petaluma Blvd N.
Petaluma Wireless 131 2nd St.
Pick of the Litter 143 Petaluma Blvd N.
Powell's Sweet Shoppe 151 Petaluma Blvd S., # 113
Red Lotus Tea & Gifts 260A Petaluma Blvd N.
Red Umbrella Consignment 120 A Kentucky St.
Riverfront Art Gallery 132 Petaluma Blvd N.
RiverTown Feed & Pet Country Store 200 1st St.
Robindira Unsworth, Inc. 115 Petaluma Blvd N.
Save Energy Company 315 Petaluma Blvd N.
Shunzi 141 Kentucky St.
Shutterbug Camera Shop 1 Petaluma Blvd N.
Soft Shell 18 Kentucky St., #10
Sonoma Coast Surf Shop 9 Fourth St.
Sorella Hair & Fashion Boutique 6 Petaluma Blvd N.
Spatini 6 Petaluma Blvd N.
Stich Craft 170 Kentucky St.
Stink 126 Kentucky St.
Summer Cottage Antiques 153 Kentucky St
The Find-Petaluma 322 Western Ave
Theatre District 151 Petaluma Blvd S.
Uber Optics
19 Kentucky St.
Velvet Ice 140 2nd St., Ste 108
Vintage Bank Antiques 101 Petaluma Blvd N.
Wells Fargo Bank 125 Western Ave
WORK 10 4th St.
Worthy of Love 226 Petaluma Blvd N.
Yankee Girl Antiques 127 Kentucky St.



Enjoy these fun Halloween tidbits:

  • Orange and black are Halloween colors because orange is associated with the Fall harvest and black is associated with darkness and death.
  • Jack o’ Lanterns originated in Ireland where people placed candles in hollowed-out turnips to keep away spirits and ghosts on the Samhain holiday.
  • Pumpkins also come in white, blue and green. Great for unique monster carvings!
  • Halloween was brought to North America by immigrants from Europe who would celebrate the harvest around a bonfire, share ghost stories, sing, dance and tell fortunes.
  • Tootsie Rolls were the first wrapped penny candy in America.
  • The ancient Celts thought that spirits and ghosts roamed the countryside on Halloween night. They began wearing masks and costumes to avoid being recognized as human.
  • Halloween candy sales average about 2 billion dollars annually in the United States.
  • Chocolate candy bars top the list as the most popular candy for trick-or-treaters with Snickers #1.
  • Halloween is the 2nd most commercially successful holiday, with Christmas being the first.
  • Bobbing for apples is thought to have originated from the roman harvest festival that honors Pamona, the goddess of fruit trees.
  • Black cats were once believed to be witch's familiars who protected their powers.

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