Ghouls, goblins and other characters take over Main Street Square

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The goal was to provide a free and safe place for families to come and get in the Halloween spirit. Downtown businesses were involved passing out candy as trick or treaters walked by. There were bean bag tosses, face painting, giveaways and above all, a big spooky selection of Halloween fashion.

Morgan Portra, Event Coordinator, says "So fun, anything from animals to superheroes. I love to see the creativity of the family that come down that all dress up and get involved and even getting some of our co-workers involved so it's just a fun day. I love all the different costumes from young and old."

Morgan Portra, Event Coordinator, says "So fun, anything from animals to superheroes. I love to see the creativity of the family that come down that all dress up and get involved and even getting some of our co-workers involved so it's just a fun day. I love all the different costumes from young and old."

Main Street Square says they're thankful to the people who came out and to the businesses that participated and are looking ahead to the opening of the ice skating rink and the Holiday Celebration & Winter Market toward the end of next month.