From the Courthouse to the Joss House, Trick-or-Treaters and parents lined both sides of Main Street as businesses stayed open to provide the treats. The long-standing tradition of hosting Halloween downtown offers families a safe and open atmosphere to get treats, meet with others and see other families and their fabulous costumes. This year's Halloween certainly topped the previous few when it came to participation and number of people attending. Festivities concluded at around 7:30 p.m. At top, some costumes, like this Catwoman ensemble, went the extra mile for detail. Above, staff at the Trinity Theater  hosted a non-stop line of parents and kids. In the "you can't make this up" category, a group of scarecrows found themselves almost surrounded by dinosaurs on the sidewalks of Main Street.

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