Uptown Art District Plans 2nd Annual Flame & Flair Halloween Festival in Downtown Michigan City

2013-10-21T19:00:00Z Uptown Art District Plans 2nd Annual Flame & Flair Halloween Festival in Downtown Michigan CityContributed by Tiffany Bley nwitimes.com
October 21, 2013 7:00 pm  • 

MICHIGAN CITY | The Michigan City Mainstreet Association invites the community to enjoy the 2nd Annual Flame and Flair Halloween Festival in the Uptown Arts District of Downtown Michigan City October 26 starting at 5pm following the Boo at the Zoo.

The event offers an array of entertainment for all including live fire dancing performances by The Gypsy Circus Tribe & Crimson Pulse Firedancing on the 600 block of Franklin Street, Trick or Treating Downtown, a Thriller Street Dance performance, downtown bed races, séances and a haunted house.

From 5pm to 7pm, many business will be open offering trick or treating including Ryan’s Irish Pub, Darling, General Insurance, Edward Jones, Joy of Flowers, Beach Bum Jewels, Urban Soles, Salon Cilla, dh2w, Paris House of Bridal, St. Paul Lutheran Church & School, First United Methodist Church, Trinity Church, Threadbenders Quilt Shop and The Closet by Franklin Vintage.

The evening continues at 5:30pm with a Thriller Street Dance, Downtown Bed Races and Ryan’s Bank of Horrors all taking place at Ryan’s Irish Pub, 401 Franklin Street. Costume judging contest is held at midnight at Ryan’s while a séance will be conducted by Psychic Medium Pat Harrison, owner of Mystic Investigations, in the Haunted Basement. The 45 minute session is a $10.00 Admission, and attendees must be 21 to enter.

Ryan’s Irish Pub and Mystic Investigations Paranormal & Psychic Group present the haunted house Bank of Horrors, taking place on the 2nd story of Ryan’s Saturday October 19, October 25, Saturday October 26 & Halloween Night October 31, 2013 from 6:30pm-9:30pm. Admission is $3.00 per person and it is opened to all age groups.

The Michigan City Mainstreet Association (MCMA) is a nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to creating a vibrant and economically viable atmosphere for the historic downtown, Uptown Arts District in Michigan City, Indiana, as an exciting place to live, work, play, and invest. For more information, please visit uptownartsdistrict.org.ighH

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