Halloween on Peninsula for young, old alike
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Lilly Kambeitz, 3, of Port Angeles looks in wonder at the "Day of the Dead" costume worn by Lauren Johnson, owner of Udjat Beads, during the annual Halloween trick-or-treating in downtown Port Angeles. Hundreds of children and their parents made the rounds on Thursday collecting candy and treats from downtown businesses. Treat-or-treaters also visited shops in downtown Sequim and Port Townsend.
Charlie Bermant/Peninsula Daily News
Bridging the generations, Jaidyn Carver, 2, shares the Halloween spirit with Vivian Bryant, 92, in Port Townsend on Thursday. Several hundred people crammed the downtown area Thursday afternoon with a parade followed by trick-or-treating, in which local merchants handed out candy to kids and adults alike.
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It was an even for young and old alike.
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