Streets of Treats

Saturday, October 19, 2019 | 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Downtown Mechanicsburg

The Mechanicsburg Chamber of Commerce invites you to attend the
24th Annual Streets of Treats in Downtown Mechanicsburg
Saturday, October 19, 2019.

This family-oriented event, presented by the Mechanicsburg Chamber of Commerce, features safe, daytime trick-or-treating, crafts, games and other children’s activities.

This event is held in downtown Mechanicsburg.  Pick up your trick-or-treating bag and map of participating businesses at the Square on the day of the event (SW corner of Main St) and guess the weight of the pumpkin for a chance to win a prize.


Performances & Appearances

10:30 a.m. – Red from Red Robin Gourmet Burgers – throughout downtown

Interested in participating?

Downtown Merchants:  All downtown merchants are invited to participate in this fun-filled event.
Please contact the Chamber office to register and be added to the official map.

Non-Downtown Merchants:  South Market Street will be closed between Main and Simpson streets.
We invite all Mechanicsburg Chamber members to set up a FREE booth.  Space is limited.  Please contact the Chamber office to reserve your space.
(717) 796-0811

Event Map

Parking:      FREE street parking in downtown Mechanicsburg.
FREE Public lot on West Strawberry Ave.
Also, Myers-Buhrig Funeral Home & Crematory (85 FREE parking spaces located behind building)
37 E. Main St.
Restrooms:     Myers-Buhrig Funeral Home & Crematory, 37 E Main St.
Capital Joe Coffee
, 36 W. Main St.


Presenting Sponsor

Street Level Sponsors

Borough of Mechanicsburg

Autobodies by Lucas / Major’s Select Collision

The Mechanicsburg Club



Scarecrow Level Sponsors

Country Meadows
H & R Block
Melissa Hiler – Avon
Myers-Buhrig Funeral Home & Crematory
Sons of American Legion Post 109


CANDYCandy Level Sponsors

AmeriChoice Federal Credit Union
Greenawalt and Company, P.C.
H & H Sales Associates
Mechanicsburg Eye Associates
Over The Top Balloons
PNC Bank



Pumpkin Level Sponsors

Arbogast Foundation
First United Methodist Church
Ray Hunt
Joy’s Ceramics
Kiwanis Club of Upper Allen
Vintage, Etc.


Streets of Treats VIDEO