Spooktacular Tomorrow in Superior
Parade Begins at 11 a.m.
SUPERIOR, Wis.-Get ready to be scared tomorrow in Superior.
Spooktacular is coming back again with all the festivities kicking off with a Halloween Parade at 11 a.m. on Broadway featuring floats, dancers, and Northlander’s dressed up in some very scary costumes (they will be judged by Fox 21’s Dan Hanger).
A spooky pumpkin patch will also feature some ghostly games for kids from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the 13th Street and Banks Avenue.
Organizers of the event say it’s a good way to grow business in downtown Superior.
“We really wanted to invite members of the community and of course surrounding communities to come downtown and really experience the new look of downtown Superior and what Superior has to offer,” said Carolyn Nelson-Kavajecz, an event organizer.
Students from Superior Cathedral School will also be in the parade collecting donations for hurricane victims. If you can’t donate during the parade, they are also holding a bake sale at 13th Street and Banks and all the proceeds go to hurricane victims.
“We thought it was important to get out there and show our support and help their kids and other families and other adults because they don’t have what we have and they lost so much stuff,” said Cathedral student Rokkyn Kavajecz .
To find out more, visit this website: https://www.superiorbid.com/events-promotions/superior-spooktacular/.