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Trail of Treats on tap at So Bo farmers mart / October 22, 2020
Striving to offer traditional Halloween fun during these unprecedented times, the Downtown South Boston Farmers Market will host a “Trail of Treats” this Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon.

“We hope to help bring the community together for the fall and Halloween season,” said market manager Megan Harris.

The kids are invited to dress up in their cute and creepy costumes and come on down to trick or treat at the farmers market.

“I am so excited to see all the awesome costumes and feature them on all of our social media platforms,” said Harris.

After grabbing those sweet treats, shop with local vendors for produce and craft items. Then sit back and relax with some food from Daye’s Delights food truck (benefiting Young Life Organization).

Young and old can shake a leg and get down to rock/county/beach music sounds of Red Bank Revival. The band will kick off its performance at 10 a.m.

“I can’t wait to see y’all there and enjoy another awesome Saturday at the market,” said Harris.

The Downtown South Boston Farmer’s Market is located at 432 Main Street, South Boston. For more information about the market, visit their page on Facebook,

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