Ma­gic & mys­te­ry

Tribune Express - - LA UNE - —photo Gregg Chamberlain

El­dra the Fo­rest Guar­dian (right) and Klam­meth the Fo­rest Whis­pe­rer, al­so known as Tan­ge­rine Beau­din and Maxx Beau­din, brought the pro­per Hal­lo­ween spi­rit to Place des Pion­niers as part of the vo­lun­teers be­hind the Haw­kes­bu­ry BIA Hal­lo­ween Chil­dren’s Fest on Oct. 27.

Down­town Haw­kes­bu­ry be­came Trick-or-Treat Cen­tral for chil­dren ear­ly Fri­day eve­ning cour­te­sy of the Haw­kes­bu­ry Bu­si­ness Im­pro­ve­ment As­so­cia­tion (BIA) and par­ti­ci­pa­ting down­town mer­chants. Chil­dren in cos­tumes and ma­keup made their way up and down a cor­do­ned-off sec­tion of Main Street, with their pa­rents, some in cos­tume and some in re­gu­lar street clothes, fol­lo­wing along as cha­pe­rones. At eve­ry store and res­tau­rant that was open for bu­si­ness, the chil­dren al­so found the mer­chants, al­so in cos­tume and rea­dy to wel­come trick-or­trea­ters with treats, and in some places with tricks as well, like the Spoo­ky Mys­te­ry Tour that the ow­ners of Pure Pain Tat­too and Pier­cing and the Sa­lon Pür of­fe­red through their conjoi­ned fa­ci­li­ties.

—photo Gregg Chamberlain

Guy Jans­sens at the grill and other mem­bers of the Haw­kes­bu­ry Ro­ta­ry Club part­ne­red with the Haw­kes­bu­ry Bu­si­ness Im­pro­ve­ment As­so­cia­tion to pro­vide a stea­dy sup­ply of hot dogs and other pic­nic type treats avai­lable for chil­dren at Place des Pion­niers...

Eli­za­beth Web­ber of C’est Ta Com­mu­nau­té hands out treats at the Hal­lo­ween Park amu­se­ment area set up at the Place des Pion­niers as part of a Com­mu­ni­ty Chil­dren’s Hal­lo­ween Par­ty or­ga­ni­zed in down­town Haw­kes­bu­ry by the Haw­kes­bu­ry Bu­si­ness Im­pro­ve­ment...

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