PRYOR, OK — Pryor Times
Pryor businesses will once again welcome trick or treaters on Halloween, this Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Costumed candy seekers can converge on the downtown area as well as other locations in town.
Participating businesses include Tack Design, Grand River Rhythm and Music, Yorktown Bank, Grand Valley Abstract, Danielle’s Merle Norman, Stanley’s, Pryor Insurance Services, Green Country Vabor, Amanda Rice Photography, Ooh La La Boutique, Ivan’s Jewelry, The Village Shop, Ages Computer, Security Finance, Scrapbook Bug, Dollar General, Green Country Surveying, Centsible Spending, You Look Awesome, Davita Dialysis, First Priority Bank, Axis Health Care, Bill Kolb State Farm, Century 21 NEOKLA, Pryor Barber Shop, The Book Exchange, Ben Sherrer, Law Office of Jacqueline Rhodes, The Paper, Shelter Insurance, Kolker & Kolker, Mayes County Abstract, Central State Community Services, Outdoorsman Cuts, Just Teazin, Crafty Tiger, T & L Vapor Solutions, All American Cuts, Meme’s Wallpaper & More, Natural Nails, Farmers Insurance, Sandusky’s Market, Antenna Specialists, Inc., Heritage Flooring, Adair Street Market, Extreme Church, U.S. Post Office, Beggs Pharmacy, Willis Realty, Pryor Main Street, Key Funeral Home, Safenet Services, Workforce Oklahoma, People Link Staffing, Rogers State University, Arvest Bank, Mayes County Courthouse, City Hall and Fat Boys Motorcycle Shop.
Cherry Berry will offer free mini cones to kids in costume from 3:30 to 8 p.m. and Roberts Auto will host their 17th Annual Halloween Costume Contest.
Several area churches are also participating in the holiday with their annual Trunk or Treat event. Most begin at 6 p.m. and end at various times between 7 and
9 p.m. Participating churches include First Baptist Church, First Church of the Nazarene, First Freewill Baptist Church, First United Methodist Church, St. John Lutheran Church, St. Mark Catholic Church, Northstar Church and United Pentecostal Church. The First Church of God will host its Pumpkin Patch on Wednesday, Oct. 30 for concessions and costumes.
There will also be a halloween carnival at the Graham Community Center from
3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sponsored by Arvest Bank. Carnival includes games, cake walk and other festivities.