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Halloween Hoopla Crowd Approaches Pre-Pandemic Levels
Wednesday, November 2, 2022


It appears that shopkeepers are having as much fun with Halloween Hoopla as the youngsters and their parents.

As attendance appeared to approach pre-pandemic levels, Amy Anderson decked out the sidewalk in front of her new YaYa’s women’s clothing store with a skeleton and a door of ribbons that trick-or-treaters had to walk—or run—through.

Other shopkeepers dressed up as cowboys, famous painters, policemen and even a frog as they cranked out the candy.

Among them, Windermere’s Logan Frederickson and his cohorts, who took a couple hours off from selling real estate to dress up as Robin Hood and other characters.

“It’s all about the kids today,” Frederickson said.

One toddler reached into his pumpkin and pulled out a candy that he offered to a shopkeeper in his tight-closed fist.

"Oh no, honey," she told him. "You take one of mine instead."

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