The Glens Falls Collaborative will hold its annual Boo2You Halloween festival on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 2-4 p.m.
People are encouraged to attend in costume to trick-or-treat and enjoy the festivities. The rain date is Sunday, Oct. 27, 2-4 p.m.
Activities along Glen Street, and in City Park include trick-or-treating at downtown storefronts, meet and greet with costumed characters, performances by local dance schools, and a Fun Zone, including pony rides, petting zoo and games.
This year, there will also be a Candy Row on Ridge Street for senior citizen residents of Cronin high-rise to hand out candy, and a Harry Potter-themed Hogwarts School tour at St. Mary’s-St. Alphonsus School at 10 Church St., courtesy of the SMSA Parent-Teacher Association.
New for 2019 is a carved pumpkin contest.Participants must pre-register at www.glensfallscollaborative.com/boo-2-you/ by Oct. 24. Attendees can vote on their favorite pumpkin and prizes will be handed out at 4 p.m. in front of the Wood Theater.
Boo2You is presented by the Glens Falls Collaborative and sponsored by the Glens Falls BID, the City of Glens Falls, and Glens Falls Printing.
For more information, visit www.glensfallscollaborative.com.
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Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. announced that its new Exit 18 office building at 221 Corinth Road is now open.
The bank office and the adjoining convenience store were completely rebuilt this summer as part of a wider Stewart’s Shops initiative. The new Stewart’s Shops Plaza features an improved layout, better access and a more modern appearance.
During the construction period, Glens Falls National Bank redesigned its office and updated technology to offer customers an enhanced banking experience. The full-service branch continues to offer drive-in service, a drive-up ATM and a night depository. Banking hours remain the same.
Part of the Arrow family of companies, Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Co. provides banking, wealth management and insurance through 30 locations.