Come to Mantorville this weekend and join us for the Halloween festivities.
Saturday: Hay wagon rides, farmer’s market, pet costume contest, and book signing by Chris Larsen who has written “Ghost Stories of Southeastern Minnesota”. All this is followed by the Third Annual Halloween Bash for kids from 6-10 PM. The family friendly Haunted House will be open at 520 Main Street on Saturday and Sunday from 4-7:30 PM. On Sunday, there will be again be hay wagon rides and pumpkin painting. Of course all the shops and restaurants will be open. County Seat Coffeehouse will featue pumpkin spice pancakes, pumpkin spice lattes, and pumpkin chai on Saturday. School house cafe will be open until 8:00 PM on Saturday. Chocolate Shoppe will be open both Saturday and Sunday, featuring pumpkin ice cream. Hubbell House will feature Caramel Apple Crisp and Hot Bread Pudding. Mantorville Theatre Company will present the play “Wedding Belles” on Friday and Saturday evening at 7:30 and with a Sunday matinee at 2:00 PM. Mantorville Brewing Company will be open Saturday from 2:00 PM – 4 PM, featuring the “Growler” of Amber Ale and offering free samples and tours. Mantorville Saloon will have Saturday afternoon wine tasting from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Mantorville Art Guild will be the site for free Sunday afternoon pumpkin painting (pumpkins will be supplied) Be sure to stop at all the shops; Riverside Gifts, Memorabilia, Jim’s Little Shop of Art, Chocolate Shoppe, and of course be sure to stop in at Mantorville Square. We are the largest antique mall in Dodge County, and we have a great selection of antiques and gifts for all tastes. We are always adding something different. You probably know about our vintage clothing, and perhaps you have seen our “blue and white” booth, but you probably haven’t seen our selection of vintage magazines and paper ephemera. Be sure to stop in and visit with us this weekend.