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Trick or Treat Street not washed out

By Bradley Koltz

Hundreds of Trick or Treaters turned out on Saturday, October 27 for the Bethel Chamber of Commerce Trick or Treat Street event that was moved indoors due to the nor'easter that came through that day.

Besides the costume contest, attendees were treated to cider and donuts from Blue Jay Orchards, games, selfie photo stations, a haunted house, a disc jockey playing haunted holiday tunes and a dozen local vendor tables.

Local businesses report a lighter than usual turnout for the downtown trick or treating, dozens of costumed treaters were spotted throughout town at the designated Treat Spots.

First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker helped judge the costume contest. See the Chamber Facebook page for winner details.

Staff photo - Trick or Treat Street events at the Bethel Historical Society


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