Lake St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) October 11, 2017
Now in its 9th year, Monsters on the Meadows has grown to one of the largest safe trick or treating events in St. Charles County as all the stores open their doors to children and their families for 3 straight hours of free Halloween-themed activities. This year, organizers expect more than 3,000 people to attend.
In addition to plenty of free parking, families can expect:
Free candy sponsored by Black Forest Organics & Ferrara Candy Co.
Free face painting (4 stations)
Free pumpkins and pumpkin decorating sponsored by Pinot’s Palette
Free live bluegrass music by George Portz Bluegrass Band
Farmers & Artists Market (opens at 8 AM thru 12 PM)
Food trucks including the newly launched Lion’s Choice, Embers Wood Fired Pizza, The Tamale Man, Kona Ice, Bebe Liz Gourmet Desserts and South Philly Twist Pretzels
50 hot rod cars doing a “Trunk or Treat” for Misfit Toys for Autism
Lake St. Louis police and fire department safety crews
Monsters on the Meadows @ The Meadows
Date: October 28, 2017
Time: 11 AM - 2 PM
Location: Fun starts at Clock Tower Plaza
Details, as released, will be updated on The Meadows website at http://themeadowsatlsl.com/events.
The Meadows open air shopping, dining and entertainment plaza at Lake St. Louis Boulevard off Interstate 40 invites strolling in a beautifully landscaped campus unrivaled in the greater St. Louis area. The Meadows blends shopping with pleasure as national retailers share space with culturally distinctive merchandise and nonstop attractions in a welcoming, family and community-focused environment. The high-quality shopping experience is enhanced by brick-lined sidewalks and plazas which create a walkable, invigorating environment, with abundant light, parking and access. The most popular and sought after retailers include Von Maur, Nike Factory Store, Victoria’s Secret, Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy, New York & Company, and seasonal favorites including Spirit Halloween. The Meadows is owned by Cohen Equities, managed by Balke Brown Transwestern, and leased by JLL.