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Annual Halloween event a big hit with local families
Ghouls, princesses and magical creatures took over Richmond Road on October 25 to join the spooky fun as part of Westboro Village BIA’s annual Wickedly Westboro event. Photos by Kate Settle.
For many attendees, Wickedly Westboro has become a regular fixture in the Halloween landscape. Over 20 stores and businesses throughout the area participated in a scavenger hunt, and handed out treats for little (and not so little!) revelers.
Kitchenalia Assistant Manager Jade Cummings, with their prize-winning pumpkin. Photo by Kate Settle.
Jamie Settle (10), shows off a pumpkin cupcake. Photo by Kate Settle.
Kitchenalia Assistant Manager Jade Cummings, holds their prize-winning pumpkin. Photo by Kate Settle.
Cassia Skiggs with Mary Poppins (aka Shannon Macfarlane) welcome trick-or-treaters to Mrs. Tiggy Winkles.
Molly van der Schee, owner of the Village Quite helps Sarah Hope (8), make a ghost lantern. For Molly, the event is about bringing business into the area, making connections, and giving back to customers and friends who support local business and make the community a great place to live and work.
Noah Settle (7), and Sarah Hope (8), run off their sugar high at Wickedly Westboro
Octopus Celest (1), and fish Julien (3), have been coming to Wickedy Westboro all their lives.
Reegan Gouchie-Smart of Kiddie Kobbler shows off their prize winning pumpkin.
Here’s the scariest pumpkin, courtesy of Cuckoo’s Nest!
Westboro’s Claire Anglesey (7), introduces friends Sophie (8), and Oliver Nivet (4), to Wickedly Westboro
Westboro kids Jamie Dryad (6), and brother Ben (2) enjoy fresh cookies from lovely ladybug Shirley Trench of Simply Biscotti.