A Month Full of Fun
Yes, the Grand Opening of Boscov’s at Millcreek Mall is the big event this weekend (Ribbon Cutting on Saturday, October 7 at 9:30am) but the entire month of October is filled with autumn-themed activities for the young and young at heart:
Saturday, October 7 | 9:30 to 11am
Location: Macy's Court
Dress the kids in their Halloween best for the first Boo Bash Breakfast. Decorate a FREE breakfast roll courtesy of Cinnabon. A.C. Moore is sponsoring spooky crafts. The little ones will also enjoy face painting and FREE photos at the Widget Photo Booth. The Boo Bash Breakfast is proudly sponsored by Cinnabon and Widget Financial.
Wednesday, October 25 & Thursday, October 26 | 5-8:30 p.m.
Location: Mall Wide
A safe, indoor trick-or-treat event for all children 12 years and younger. $4 in advance and $5 at the door.t Advance tickets are available at the Millcreek Mall Customer Service Center, Achievement Center or Sarah Reed Children’s Center. All proceeds benefit the Achievement Center and Sarah Reed Children’s Center.
Wednesday, October 25, 3-4pm; and Saturday, October 28 | 11am-noon,
Location: Widget Kidz Zone
Come for FREE crafts, games and activities with the students from the Penn State Behrend Campus.
Monday, October 31 | 9pm to close
Location: Fox & Hound
Stop into Fox & Hound for spooktacular deals in a special Halloween party. Enjoy $2, $3 and $4 drafts from 8 pm to midnight and a costume contest at 9 pm. First prize winner will receive a $500 Visa gift card. Prizes for 2nd and 3rd prize will include $25 Fox and Hound gift cards.
Millcreek Mall Complex is located on upper Peach Street and Interstate 79 in Millcreek Township, near Erie, Pennsylvania. It has been serving the community since 1975. The complex currently comprises more than 2 million square feet of shopping, lodging, dining and entertainment. For more information, visit www.millcreekmall.net. Millcreek Mall Complex is owned and managed in association with Cafaro Company affiliated entities, based in Niles, Ohio. Cafaro is one of the nation’s largest privately held shopping center developers, owning and overseeing more than 30 million square feet of commercial real estate in 10 states. Founded by the late William M. Cafaro in 1949, the organization is now in its seventh decade as a family owned and managed business. To learn more about the Cafaro family of companies, go to www.cafarocompany.com.