Kids crowd Mainstreet looking for sweets

The annual Trick-or-Treat on Mainstreet event drew hundreds

Posted 11/6/18

Along a mile-long stretch of Mainstreet in downtown Parker Oct. 31, hundreds of kids and parents waited patiently for candy from businesses. Parker's Trick-or-Treat on Mainstreet event drew another …

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Kids crowd Mainstreet looking for sweets

The annual Trick-or-Treat on Mainstreet event drew hundreds

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Along a mile-long stretch of Mainstreet in downtown Parker Oct. 31, hundreds of kids and parents waited patiently for candy from businesses.

Parker's Trick-or-Treat on Mainstreet event drew another sizable crowd for the town's flagship Halloween event. Two blocks in downtown Parker surged with spookiness as kids and adults scoured the streets for sweets.

The event is hosted annually by the Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club. Kids had their pales and pillow cases filled with candy from local vendors. The line stretched from Parker Road to Pikes Peak Avenue, ending with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office and coroner's office booth at the east end.

A flash mob dance of Michael Jackson's “Thriller” topped off the evening events. As the sun fell behind the mountains to the west, the ghouls and goblins hit their local neighborhoods in search of more trick-or-treating.

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