Halloweentown is a tradition in St. Helens and it has been the city’s signature event for decades, drawing people from far and wide.

The events include a community pumpkin lighting ceremony Saturday evening, Oct. 6 and the annual kid’s parade presented by The Chronicle Oct. 30, featuring costumed children and trick-or-treating at the doors of local businesses.

Tradition

The traditional lighted Halloween pumpkin that sits at the Courthouse Square in St. Helens.

“Halloweentown” came to life shortly after Hollywood came to St. Helens in 1998.

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