Duncan Boo Review this Saturday

October 22, 2021

The annual Boo Review on Main Street Duncan will take place this year on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

This year’s festivities will include the traditional costume contest, located at the parking lot beside The Palace Theater at Noon, with prizes for Best Group Costume, Cutest Costume, Scariest Costume, and Most Creative in five categories: Infant- 3 years, 4-7 years, 8-11 years, 12 years and up, and GROUP. Over 30 certificates will be awarded to the costume contest winners at 12:45 with the entire event concluding at 1 PM.

“Our community enjoys this event so much” said Destiny Ahlfenger, Executive Director of Main Street Duncan, “and the citizens of Duncan are very generous; candy and treat donations are something we are very grateful to receive.”

Candy and treats will be passed out to the children in costume from 10th St to 7th St on Main St only this year. The traditional bounce houses and fall fest fun will take a back seat this year. As a participant of the teal Pumpkin Project, Main Street Duncan makes an effort to collect treats to give to the children who experience food allergies and cannot otherwise enjoy the candy; donations of pencils, bookmarks, and other items.

“Something besides candy is always great for those kids who have food allergies” said Jeff Bruehl, Main Street Duncan Treasurer, “and we try to help that.”

If you’d like to setup or donate to the event, please contact the Main Street Duncan office no later than 5 PM today, Fri. Oct. 22nd at www.mainstreetduncan.net at your earliest convenience.

Main Street Duncan is a 501(c)3 charity and all donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent of federal and state tax laws; the program has been affiliated with the Oklahoma Main Street Center and nationally accredited through the National Trust for Historical Preservation since 1986.



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