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Children catch the Halloween spirit in Crosslake

Dinosaurs, superheroes and spellcasters were among the costumes at the Oct. 29, 2022, event

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The fishing game continued to be popular at the Halloween party held Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022, at the Crosslake Community Center. This young lady, dressed as a gumball machine, landed a very shiny catch.
Donna Evans / Echo Journal Correspondent
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CROSSLAKE — The Crosslake Halloween party Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Crosslake Community Center helped kick off an extended Halloween this year as the weekend was jampacked with events leading up to the Monday, Oct. 31, holiday.

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Three children show off medallions they received for winning the costume contest at the Crosslake Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022.
Donna Evans / Echo Journal Correspondent

Keeping with the past few years, superheroes were a popular costume at the Crosslake event, but they were joined with a plethora of other costumes ranging from dinosaurs and witches to butterflies and a Pillsbury Doughboy.

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Adults got into the festive spirit as well.

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One costumed child, dressed as perhaps the most famous Gryffindor, Harry Potter, showed her wand skills before joining festivities at the Crosslake Community Center Halloween party on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022.
Donna Evans / Echo Journal Correspondent

Event-goers were entertained with a bouncy house, inflatable slide and games, while they were also treated to refreshments and cookies.

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