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posted on 8/18/22

Something BIG is brewing in Grain Valley!

Join us for the 1st Annual Downtown Spooktacular.

Witches, ghouls and other Halloween critters are invited to join us for candy collecting, photo opportunities, and more! Downtown Spooktacular will commence with a Witches and Wizards walk, beginning in Armstrong Park and ending at the Halloween stage in downtown Grain Valley.  Following the walk, festivities will be ready and waiting for residents in the downtown district.

Grab your broomstick and come out to the first ever Downtown Spooktacular.

Businesses & Organizations: Want to be a part of Downtown Spooktacular? Register here to hand out candy, enter the window decorating contest and more!


Witches & Wizards Walk: All are invited to participate in our kickoff event for the evening, at no cost. Join us as we lead a march of costumed characters to the Halloween Stage. Register here!


Need some event inspiration? Check out our Pinterest Boards:

Window Decorating

Witches & Wizards Walk

Jack-O-Lantern Carving Contest


To view the full event flyers, see the links below:

Parking Information:

Attendees are encouraged to park and walk to the event whenever possible. The following locations have been idetified as public parking areas during event times:

City Hall/Community Center Parking Lot: 711 Main Street

OOIDA Parking Lot: 1 NW OOIDA

Old Towne Marketplace Parking Lot: Southwest Corner of Main and Eagles Parkway

Valley Speedway: 348 E Old Hwy 40

Accessible Parking: First Baptist Church Grain Valley: 207 W. Walnut (Please note that Walnut street will be closed from Main to Gregg-please enter the church lot from West of the downtown district off Kirby Road)

Restroom Information:

Portable toliets will be placed throughout the event. There are also public restrooms located a short walk away in Armstrong Park. 




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