Left, Sebastian Bane, 5, gets a toothbrush from T-Rex. Right, Krystal Sanders as a pirate has Shaylee Bonzan, 9, and Landon Gregory, 7, pluck candy from the treasure chest.

Left, Sebastian Bane, 5, gets a toothbrush from T-Rex. Right, Krystal Sanders as a pirate has Shaylee Bonzan, 9, and Landon Gregory, 7, pluck candy from the treasure chest.

A festive boo

Families, trick-or-treaters celebrate Halloween in the park and at the center | PHOTOS

  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 3:43pm
  • News

Children and families celebrated the Halloween Harvest Festival and the Les Gove Park Trunk-or-Treat event at the Auburn Community & Event Center in Les Gove Park last Saturday.

The festival offered free games, crafts, a photo booth and trunk-or-treating along the park’s trail.

Canned-and-boxed food donations were accepted for the Auburn Food Bank.

Photos by Rachel Ciampi, Auburn Reporter


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Marie, Brianna and Raymond Fugate get ready for trick-or-treating at Les Gove Park.

Marie, Brianna and Raymond Fugate get ready for trick-or-treating at Les Gove Park.

Auburn Police volunteers give out candy to trick-or-treaters at their sugar shack.

Auburn Police volunteers give out candy to trick-or-treaters at their sugar shack.

Krystal Sanders as a pirate has Shaylee Bonzan, 9, and Landon Gregory, 7, get candy from the treasure chest. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Krystal Sanders as a pirate has Shaylee Bonzan, 9, and Landon Gregory, 7, get candy from the treasure chest. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Josiah McCracken from River Foursquare Church has Mattheo Diaz, 6, fish for candy.

Josiah McCracken from River Foursquare Church has Mattheo Diaz, 6, fish for candy.

Kids hunt for sweets in the Candy In The Hay game. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Kids hunt for sweets in the Candy In The Hay game. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

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