[quote_center]A Family Halloween Tradition in Olde Loveland[/quote_center]
Loveland, Ohio – This year’s event is a slightly expanded version of last years. The event has grown every year. There will be Halloween Trick or Treat pails and candy supplies for the first 400 children. As always, this event is family friendly, and is provided at no cost to the participants.
Join Us Saturday October 8th for the 2016 Loveland Kidsfest. The event kicks off at 2 pm with a Children’s Halloween Costume Parade that follows along the Bike Trail from Nisbet Park and ends at the Jackson Street Market at 204 W. Loveland Ave. across from Railroad Ave. in Olde Loveland.
There will be free Halloween Pails at the Gazebo in Nesbit Park for the first 400 kids that arrive. The kids can fill their pails with goodies at the designated “Trick or Treat Spots” along the parade route. Look for the “Orange and Black Balloons”!
The Jackson Street Market will feature lots of fun activities for the kids and all people young at heart. Some of today’s most popular movie characters will be at the market for everyone to meet. Sing along as they perform songs, get a selfie with a princess, or just take a second to talk.
There will be face painting, pumpkin decorating (Pumpkins and Art Supplies are provided at no charge), a huge bounce house and plenty of other activities for the kids.
This event is sponsored by The Loveland-Symmes Community Firefighters Association and supported by select local businesses and organizations. This family fun event is provided at no cost.
The Jackson Street Market is located next to the bike trail at 207 W. Loveland Ave. in Downtown Loveland. If your group or business is interested in participating in the Loveland Kidfest or if you have any questions about the event contact us. Call Us: 513-615-4785 or email Tom Turner at [email protected]