From the Courthouse to the Joss House, both sides of Main Street in Weaverville were packed with Halloween spirit Sunday night, Oct. 31, as downtown merchants passed out candy to kids, teens and even adults. Costumes ranged from cute to creepy to comical to outright creative. Crossing guards kept trick-or-treaters and traffic moving through down as more poured in. After making a lap (or two or three) through town, families piled in their vehicles and headed over to Lee Fong Park for the Weaverville Chamber’s drive-through Halloween where firefighters, scarecrows, witches and fairies brought the candy to them. The events closed out a full weekend of Halloween fun, following Saturday’s Night of Historical Haunts and Sunday’s Munchkins and Merchants event.

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