October 30, 2017 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Old Town Halloween 2017 

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Masked babies (sister and brother Janet (left) and Mark Boyd) stopped trick or treaters for a non-sugar treat (a pencil) in front of the North Coast Journal's office door.
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Jim Her, of Eureka, and family took a break from trick or treating to stop for a photo.
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A leapard-cowgirl stopped by the Sailor's Grave Tattoo shop for a treat.
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Accompanied by Viking Bob Glass blowing bubbles, Nicholas Neil performed on a theremin (an electronic musical instrument controlled without physical contact by the thereminist) for trick or treaters in front of the Siren Song Tavern.
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A sugary treat or a polished rock? "We've given out bags and bags of the rocks," said Treia Walker at the Here & There & Vintage store.
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NBA fans Alicia Weems, of Bayside, and Juliet Ferri, of McKinleyville dressed up as Steph Curry and Earvin "Magic" Johnson Jr.
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Ruby McKay (left) and Nayenna Murray found it much warmer inside Homie Designs for their trick or treat location.
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"Alice in Wonderland" (Olive Batterworth) and her mother (Nina Chadwick) helped greet trick or treaters at the new Otto and Olive boutique store.
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The Newman family of McKinleyville stopped for a photo in Old Town.
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Lauren Shafaer at the Irish Shop needed a treat bucket in each hand to meet the demand.
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The tin man and scarecrow (parents Dave and Jessica McBroome, of Eureka) guided their children Auburn and Henry through the crowds of trick or treaters on Second Street.
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Ladybug Erika Diaz and her spider-webbed sister Marissa Robinson. of Eureka, showed off their costumes in Old Town.
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Participating stores in Old Town exhausted their supplies of treats quickly with the large crowds attending the event.
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Michelle Lundquist of the Siren Song Tavern played catch with bubbles created by Viking Bob Glass.
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Sister D, with a baby bump, played with a basketball.
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Wonder Woman (Leah Blakely) and the crazy cat woman (Breannah Stevens) took a break from trick or treating to play at the Gazebo.
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A very cute skunk costume kept Jin Saechao comfortably warm on a cool fall day of trick or treating in Old Town.
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A sugary treat or a polished rock? "We've given out bags and bags of the rocks," said Treia Walker at the Here & There & Vintage store.

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