From 2-5 p.m. this Halloween, families may take their children to over 30 different businesses in downtown Juneau for trick-or-treating. Participating businesses are offering a variety of treats, such as candy, cookies, comic books, screen-printed bookmarks, small toys and spooky postcards.
Businesses open for trick-or-treating can be found by the black and white flyers of downtown Juneau with ghosts on it displayed on the door.
Participating businesses found on Seward Street are Sequence Board Shop, Shoefly, Northwind Architects, The Rookery and Heritage Café.
Partcipating businesses found on Front Street are Sketch Studio, Sealaska Heritage Store, Juneau Drug Store, Annie Kaills, Jewel Box, Alaska Fudge Co., Trickster Company, Alaska Robotics, Hearthside Books and Ben Franklin’s.
Particpiaitng businesses found on Franklin Street are Kindred Post, Foggy Mountain, Rainbow Foods, Trading Post, Mabel McKinley, Aurora Projekt, Imagination Station, Alaska Fudge Co., Midnight Sun and Alaska Brewing Co.
All shops in the Senate building will be participating: Bustin’ Out Boutique, Candace Byrne and Associates, Urban Haven Skincare, Juneau Artists Gallery, The Bear’s Lair, Boheme and Seaside Yarns.