Parker delivers Halloween thrills to crowd

Trick or Treat on Mainstreet draws thousands for good times

Posted 11/7/17

Approximately 3,000 residents attended Parker's annual Trick or Treat on Mainstreet event Halloween night, bringing the little ones to get treats from shop owners and vendors set up along the closed downtown area.

Ten-foot-tall inflatable …

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Parker delivers Halloween thrills to crowd

Trick or Treat on Mainstreet draws thousands for good times

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Approximately 3,000 residents attended Parker's annual Trick or Treat on Mainstreet event Halloween night, bringing the little ones to get treats from shop owners and vendors set up along the closed downtown area.

Ten-foot-tall inflatable dragons, ghouls and animated characters lined the street, and kids could get lost in the haystack maze. Rotarian Doug Klich provided music for the masses, and ladies from the Parker Senior Center performed their traditional dance for the crowd. Dressed as zombies, the ladies re-enacted the famous "Thriller" dance, which brought massive applause from onlookers.

The Douglas County Coroner's Office manned a booth, and Parker Police Department and South Metro Fire were on hand to deliver treats to the little ones. There was plenty of entertainment for adults as well, including music and shopping.

“This is such a fun event. Even if you don't have children, I love coming down here every year,” said Leanne Thompson of Parker.

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