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Kennedy Davis, 7, gets candy from Megan Morrisson at Beanstalk Toys and Books, Oct. 30, as part of the Highland Park Candy Stroll. Photos by Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media
Sweet Home Gelato’s chef Jose Martinez (left) and owner Janice Bruksch hand out candy outside of the shop’s restaurant.
Anastasia Dossas (center) and Machiej Wierzchucki of @properties hand out candy to kids.
Several children, wearing their Halloween costumes, ride on a miniature carousel on Central Ave. in Highland Park.
The First Bank of Highland Park’s Laura Kelly hands out a pumpkin basket to Ruthie Katz, 4.
Hilary Anderson, Freelance Reporter
2:07 am CDT November 2, 2019

Kids and adults alike love Halloween.

That was evident at the annual Renaissance Place Boo Bash at which more than 300 ghosts, goblins, witches, lambs, koala bears, bananas, pineapples, scarecrows, witches of every size and shape and princesses from everywhere gathered to celebrate Halloween a little early on Oct. 30.