Children enjoy Haunts on High event
POTTSTOWN » If you were taking a walk down East High Street Oct. 14, you may have notices that things seemed a little spookier.
Families could be seen walking up and down East High Street for Haunts on High and the Fall Arts Walk. Kids had the opportunity to go trick-or-treating in downtown Pottstown at various participating businesses. Activities including face painting were offered outside of Grumpy’s as well as cookie decorating at Beverly’s Pastry Shop. Kids could also create Halloween crafts at a stand on the corner of East High Street and North Hanover Street. Along the way, were various fall art displays in the windows of local businesses.
When guests were done strolling High Street, they could head over to Pottsgrove Manor for their “Fall into Fun” event. Guests were invited to try cider and see how it’s made as well as enjoy other demonstrations on 18th century activities.
Wonder Woman and Supergirl pose with trick-or-treaters along East High Street during the annual Haunts on High event.
Kids got the chance to make Halloween crafts during the Haunts on High event in downtown Pottstown. The craft stand was set up at the corner of East High Street and North Hanover Street.
Re-enactors do a demonstration for guests who came out to experience 18th century activities during the “Fall into Fun” event at Pottsgrove Manor.