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 Safari Legacy at The DallesThe Dalles Main Street Program supports Downtown The Dalles as a great place for locals and visitors alike to spend time and do business!  The Dalles downtown has a lot to offer from business services to restaurants to retail stores.

 The downtown area is also a recognized Historic Commercial District by the National Register of Historic Places.  There are several murals that can be found on various downtown buildings which add color and history to the area.  There is lots to see during a leisurely stroll through Historic Downtown The Dalles! Come visit!

 Check out what’s happening in town below.

2014 Main Street Christmas Activities!

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pictures courtesy of Scott McMullen

Christmas Season 2014

DOWNTOWN DECORATING

1484704_10151874587933721_545990538_nNovember 25th starting at 7am we will be putting up Christmas lights on the historic streets lights on 2nd St., the roundabout, and down to the dock.

We will also be decorating the Griffith building for Santa in the Downtown!

We will meet at  the Griffith building on downtown 3rd st., across the street from Sawyers True Value.

This event can be used for high school community service hours

We will also have coffee and doughnuts provided by The Dalles Area Chamber of Commerce

SANTA IN THE DOWNTOWN

December 13th and 20th from 1-4pm at the Griffith building, downtown 3rd St., across from Sawyer’s True Value.IMG_0978

Come and have your picture taken with Santa, enjoy sleigh rides courtesy of Gary Honald, sip hot chocolate, savor baked goods, and listen to story time organized by The Dalles-Wasco County Public Library. The Salvation Army will also be present collecting toys to help out Santa!

 

Halloween in The Dalles

To download your own pumpkin, click here!

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The Dalles Main Street, Chamber of Commerce, and the Parks and Recreation Department have partnered to bring together this year’s Halloween Trick or Treat activities!

Downtown Trick or Treating will go from 3pm-5pm and Monsters in the Park After Dark will happen at the City Park will go from 5pm-7pm.  In addition, the Chamber will be collecting candy for downtown businesses to provide the community this year. More details are below.

Halloween Candy Drop: The Chamber of Commerce is organizing a “Halloween Candy Drop” campaign to help collect donations of individually wrapped Halloween candy. These donations will be distributed to participating locations in the downtown for the annual community Trick or Treating. Donations can be made at the Chamber of Commerce building where a Candy Drop box has been placed. Participating downtown locations can pick up a share of the donated candy on Halloween Day between the hours of 8am-3pm

For more information about the Candy Drop please contact the Chamber at 541-296-2231

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Downtown Trick or Treat: Main Street will be distributing the traditional orange pumpkin flyers to downtown businesses so parents and children know who will be participating in this year’s Trick or Treat. You must have an orange pumpkin flyer displayed to be a participating business and receive donated candy.

The Lions have again generously volunteered to serve as crossing guards throughout the downtown with the Leos!

For more information about Pumpkin Flyers please contact Main Street at 541-370-2966.

Monsters in the Park After Dark: The Parks and Recreation Department will be organizing a, “Monsters in the Park After Dark” event at the City Park with activities such as a costume contest, skeleton race, and more! Information will be included on the Main Street flyers and directional signage will be posted at the intersections of Union and 2nd.trick or treat event

For more information about the Monster’s in the Park After Dark event contact Parks and Rec at 541-296-9533