Radford kids will have a couple of chances to collect treats this Halloween with the annual Trick or Treat
Trail set for Friday, Oct. 29, and regular trick-or-treating in neighborhoods set for Sunday, Oct. 31.
The Radford Trick or Treat Trail, sponsored by the Radford Chamber of Commerce and Radford’s
downtown businesses, and Harvest Festival is set for 4 to 6 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 29, in downtown
Radford. Trick-or-treaters may stop at downtown businesses for treats and have fun at the Harvest
Festival, sponsored by Oasis Church, held in the Virginia Street and East Main Street parking lot. The
festival will include inflatables, games, and treats.
Neighborhood trick-or-treating is not regulated by the City of Radford but is traditionally offered by
residents on the evening of Halloween, which is Sunday, Oct. 31. Area churches are also offering trunk-
or-treat events throughout the weekend.