Trick or Treat on Bish's Street is back! It is one of the biggest trick-or-treat events of the year and it is always a ton of fun. There are lots of reasons to go get some delicious candy at this great family event.

Trick or Treat On Bish's Street

Trick or Treat on Bish's Street is going to be on Halloween, Monday, October 31st from 3 pm to 6 pm. It is going to take place at Bish's RV located at 551 Arlen Drive in Jerome. Well, technically Jerome. It is right off Hwy 93 past the interchange and you turn left where the Valley Country Store is. It isn't hard to find, they always place signs to help you out. The event is free, plus Cloverleaf will be on-site selling ice cream and Tacos El Guey will be serving up their delicious tacos for purchase.

It Doubles As A Food Drive

They do ask that you bring a non-perishable food item for entry. This is not required, it is just requested. The food goes to South Central Community Action Partnership. It is a great way to get all the candy and give back to the community.

Why You Should Go To Trick Or Treat On Bish's Street

First and foremost, because it is fun. Secondly, it is a fun way to get safe candy without having to drive all over the place. There are tons of vendors and lots of candy to be given away. You only need to make one stop to get your kids all the candy they want. We also really enjoy seeing all the costumes. Plus, with it being light outside, you don't have to worry about darkness and traffic not being able to see you in your scary costumes.

If You Want To Join

You can be a vendor at Trick or Treat on Bish's Street by contacting It is seriously so much fun. You can decorate trailers, see all the great costumes and have fun.

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