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Halloween 2022

On the cuteness meter, these trick-or-treaters score a 10.

Halloween 2022 is less than three weeks away, so we checked in with our Cherry Republic outposts to see what kind of spooky fun is on tap for this ghostly holiday. In addition to surprises planned for our six Michigan retail stores, there are also lots of community events planned throughout the Republic. Here’s a quick glance at what’s happening in the coming weeks.

Ann Arbor

Downtown Ann Arbor will host Trick-or-Treating on Sunday, October 30, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a parade kicking off the fun in front of the Literati Bookstore at 11:30 a.m. Cherry Republic Ann Arbor will be passing out candy and you may see some of the staff dressed up!


The city of Charlevoix has not set the official trick or treating date for 2022, but if it follows the last two years, it will be held on October 31 from 6-8 p.m. And of course Cherry Republic Charlevoix will be handing out candy!


Michigan’s “Little Bavaria” kicks off the fun early with its annual Scarecrow Fest — a fun family-friendly festival at Frankenmuth River Place Shops and special scarecrow displays throughout downtown Frankenmuth on Saturday, October 22, and Sunday, October 23! Be sure to stop in Cherry Republic Frankenmuth for more Holloween fun!

Glen Arbor

Cherry Republic’s Glen Arbor campus will be passing out candy both at the Cherry Public House and at The Great Hall on Sunday, October 30, from noon to 3 p.m. The staff will be dressed up Sunday and Monday. For more information on Glen Arbor Halloween happenings, click here.


The Cherry Republic Holland store will host staff spirit days and dress up October 29 through 31, so be sure to stop by! Downtown Holland’s Trick or Treating will happen from 10 a.m. til noon on Saturday, Oct. 29, and Cherry Republic will be participating in handing out candy.

Traverse City

Downtown Traverse City will host their popular Halloween Walk on Saturday, October 29, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Stop by Cherry Republic on Front Street during the Walk, and then come back on Halloween to see what spooky costumes our staff is sporting!

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