This Thursday’s Downtown Stroll Has A Special Theme
The monthly Downtown Stroll in San Angelo is always a lot of fun and this Thursday, October 27th will offer you a special Downtown Stroll - Halloween Festival from 5 - 8 pm in Historic Downtown San Angelo.
Everyone is encouraged to wear your Halloween costumes and bring your goodie bags to enjoy some very special Trick-or-Treat fun during this Downtown stroll! The Downtown Strong Stroll Halloween Festival will include fall festival-style games at various locations across historic downtown San Angelo!
We have such a great historic downtown in San Angelo that has so much to offer you. There are numerous very talented artist that have their art galleries downtown. You'll also find plenty of opportunities to shop in unique boutiques, shops and stores throughout downtown. If you want to enjoy beverages just name your pleasure including coffee shops, pubs and clubs, Micro Breweries, mixed drink specialty locations and more. There are also quite a few wonderful and unique dining establishments throughout downtown as well. Keep in mind that you are certainly invited to stroll through the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts while you're there. There is much more than I just mentioned to enjoy in Downtown San Angelo and the monthly Downtown Strong Stroll event is a great way to explore it.
Many of San Angelo's Downtown businesses stay open late for this special once a month event to welcome everyone and introduce you to what they have to offer. You'll also find a number of participating businesses and organizations that offer great discounts, refreshments, and giveaways during the event.
If you would rather ride than stroll, enjoy free rides on the trolley that takes you from one location to the next with regular stops along the way.
For more information, visit downtownsanangelo.com/downtown-strong.
Get out and head downtown San Angelo this Thursday, October 27th to enjoy this special Downtown Stroll - Halloween Festival from 5 - 8 pm in Historic Downtown San Angelo!!
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