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Mary Earle, from the Wren Library in Siler City, gives candy to Hamilton Garcia last Friday. Garcia was one of the large group of children and families that came through Bray Park for the third annual Fall-O-Ween event.
The lines were long, but the candy was sooooo good!.Snaking around the ball field perimeter at Bray Park last Friday night was a long line of families and costumed children getting Halloween candy from groups around the park. The third annual Fall-O-Ween and Trunk ‘r Treat event brought carloads of kids and their parents for the free event that finished with a movie under the stars.
Costumed children filed past many trunk ‘r treaters last Friday night for the Siler City Fall-O-Ween event at Bray Park. Loves Creek Baptist Church was one of the many groups handing out candy to the crowd of families.
Fall-O-Ween is here!.Bray Park was the home of a city-sponsored Halloween gathering last Friday, the third Annual Fall-O-Ween Carnival and Trunk ‘r Treat. Hay-rides, inflatable slides and more greeted families that walked through the park with their children while stocking up on sugary delights. A free movie for the community finished the evening festivities.
The Flash and other characters made an appearance in downtown Siler City last Thursday for Halloween. The students and staff members from the Children’s First day care and Learning Center took a brief tour on the overcast day to collect candy from shop-keepers.
Staff from the Children’s First day care and Learning Center take their charges around downtown Siler City last Thursday for Halloween and Trick or Treat.