Latest News – October 30

Trick or Treat Street is Ready With Sweets!

Leadville’s Trick or Treat Street will be held on the first two-hundred blocks of W. 7th Street tomorrow Friday, Oct. 31 from 5 – 9 p.m. This annual event allows children to go door to door Trick or Treating in a safe, supervised environment. 

Leadville Trick-or-Treaters wait patiently at a house on W. 7th Street for their turn to get some goodies, which should not be in short supply this year, thanks to generous donations from the community.

Leadville Trick-or-Treaters wait patiently at a house on W. 7th Street for their turn to get some goodies, which should not be in short supply this year, thanks to generous donations from the community.

This year, Amanda Stinnett took over organizational responsibilities, with help from Bernadette Bifano. The team has received some generous cash and candy donations this year from ALCO, Wild Bill’s, The Mule Kick, City On A Hill Coffee, The King Family, Veterans of Foreign War (VFW), Order of the Eastern Star (OES) Colorado Chapter #2, Cloud City Medical, Lady Sage Vacation Rental, Liz Stuart/8th Street Bookkeeping, Leadville Liquors, Helping Hands, The Lafferty Family, Leadville Today, The St. Vincent Hospital Foundation, Leadville Lions Club, The Miller Family, Silver City Conoco, Neenan Construction, and The Overland Property Group (owners of the Tabor Grand Hotel Apartments).

A caped-crusader makes the rounds at Leadville's Annual Trick or Treat Street.

A caped-crusader makes the rounds at Leadville’s Trick or Treat Street.

“So many people gave anonymously or contributed candy to the event,” said Stinnett, who has collected more than $1,500 for the annual event. Hopefully that means that there will be plenty of candy supplies for all of the generous residents on the first two-hundred block of West 7th Street, who lavishly decorate their homes and give out goodies to the Trick-or-Treaters at this FREE family-fun event.  

Neenan Construction and Overland are also taking extra safety pre-cautions to make sure that the kiddos are safe in the area, which has been under construction as the Tabor Grand Hotel under goes a $7 million dollar renovation. However, parents are still encouraged to use extra caution around any scaffold/construction area. Neenan also told Leadville Today that they have planned a special Halloween fence decoration for the west side of their caged area. Can’t wait to see what they come up with!

See you there . . . . if you dare!

See you there . . . . if you dare!

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Get Your Spook on at the Stapleton Haunted House

The Stapleton Manor Haunted House (118 W. 7th St.) will be open Halloween Night, October 31 and then again on Saturday, Nov. 1, from 6 – 9 p.m.  Come and get your spook on in a fun, safe environment located in an historic 1880s carriage house.

The Stapleton Haunted Mansion on W. 7th Street in Leadville.

The Stapleton Haunted Mansion on W. 7th Street in Leadville.

Children 13 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The cost is $5 per person. The event is an annual fundraiser for Full Circle of Lake County, a non-profit youth services program. Countless volunteer hours and the generosity of the Stapleton Family, who host the haunt at their home, allow this event to take place – Thank You!

Makali Beck, Youth Activities Assistant at Full Circle invites you to the Stapleton Manor Haunted House. Photo: Full Circle Facebook Page.

Makali Beck, Youth Activities Assistant at Full Circle invites you to the Stapleton Manor Haunted House. Photo: Full Circle Facebook Page.

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Monster Mash Nightlife Fun at The Scarlet

For the adult set the fun can be had at The Scarlet’s Annual Halloween Bash and Monster Mash. On Halloween Night get your bones rattling to the tunes of Hayes, Epp and Bones. TheScarlet Monster MashThey will also hold their famous costume contest with cash, as well as bar tab, prizes.

The party continues Saturday night with the some live music from String Board Theory (SBT). There is no cover charge for either show, must be 21+, and the music starts at 10 p.m. The Scarlet is located in downtown Leadville at the corner of 4th and historic Harrison Avenue.

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