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This Halloween Join Watford City for Their Trail of Treats


The Watford City Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring their Trail of Treats on Halloween, Monday, Oct 31, from 2:00pm – 5:00pm. The Trail of Treats is daylight trick-or-treating opportunity among the businesses, and provides another alternative to door-to-door trick-or-treating. Businesses love to have the kids come in and show off their costumes and there will be Golden Ticket prizes for the kids, which are worth $10 - $50 in Watford City Bucks. There are 10 tickets at 10 different businesses.

All businesses participating in the Trail of Treats will have signs on their doors or storefronts and include: Watford City Real Estate Group, Meuchels, B-Bonks Bakery, JMAC, OK Implement/Napa, Johnson and Co., Joy Dental, Farmers Union Insurance, Basin Brokers, McKennett Law Office, BNC Bank, Barrett Pharmacy, American Insurance Company, McKenzie County Farmer, JL Beers, Pioneer Museum at Long X Visitor Center, First International Bank & Trust, Outlaws’, Badlands Hardware, Meyer’s Department Store, Door 204, Beaver Creek Creations, Northland Floral, Choice Property Management, Remax/Homestead, Computer OR, Larsen Service Drug, Watford City Police Department, City Hall, Watford City Ambulance Service, Jack and Jill, Dakota West Credit Union, North Dakota Guaranty and Title, RTC, McKenzie Electric Cooperative, Anova Family Health, E & M Services, First International Bank Gallery, Chamber of Commerce, Legendary Smiles, Allure Beauty Salon, Mary Kay – Calli Thorne Consultant, and McKenzie County Healthcare Systems.

Kids are invited to start and finish where they like in any order.

But, Halloween fun isn’t just for the kids this year; adults can register at the Chamber of Commerce booth in the Gallery at First International Bank & Trust, Dakota West Credit Union and BNC Bank for a chance to have their name drawn for gift cards, gift baskets, Watford City Bucks and other prizes donated by the downtown businesses.

Last year the Trail of Treats had about 1,000 trick-or-treaters, and the city is looking to have another great Trail of Treats this year.

For more information, visit the Watford City Chamber of Commerce on Facebook, or their website at


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