Halloween Treats

By on October 24, 2014

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You’ve got your costume and your plans for Halloween evening set, but can’t wait for Friday to enjoy treats. We know the feeling. Here is a quick list of places offering special Halloween treats to get you (and your pets) through the next few days!

Short Street Cakes – Sugar Skulls

Celebrates the Mexican holiday of Los Dias de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) by creating authentic Mexican Sugar Skulls now through Sunday, November 2nd. Decorated sugar skulls are for sale or you can decorate your own at their decoration station stocked with icings, sequins, foil, and glitter. Sugar skulls are priced at $5, with half of the proceeds going to benefit COLA, (Coalicion de Organizaciones de Latino-Americanos), an organization advocating for immigrant’s rights in Western North Carolina.

West End Bakery – Festive Treats

Peanut butter pumpkins, gummy worm topped cupcakes and more lovely Halloween themed bakery items. MMMMM.

Patton Avenue Pet Company – Body Parts Sale

20% Off all body parts through the month of October. Antlers, bully sticks, bones, ears, hooves and more! Really, to a dog these are treats.

Orbit DVD – Scary Movies

Best selection of horror movies. Rent them, buy them – scare your family and friends with them.

Whist – Cards, books and games.

Zombie Cribbage, Mutant Sudoku, a guide to making scary Shadow Puppets, Vampire stories, Halloween decorations and lots more. If you’ve been waiting for an excuse to shop Whist, this is a terrific time to do so. You’ll have a grand time exploring the fun and funky offerings.

Hops & Vines – Beverages!

Pumpkin and OctoberFest beers along with other Fall/Winter seasonal brews are stocked and waiting for you. They also have a lovely selection of wines if that is more to your taste.

 

 

 

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