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PHOTOS & VIDEO: Halloween Stroll in Steamboat

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — The Halloween Stroll proved once again that it is one of Steamboat Springs best traditions. There were creative costumes, plenty of entertaining moments and, of course, enough candy to keep dentists busy. There is no question that this year’s Halloween Stroll didn’t disappoint.

Andy Pratt, of We’re Not Clowns, entertains the crowd at this year’s Halloween Stroll in Downtown Steamboat Springs. (Photo by John F. Russell)

Veronika Parker dressed like Mary Poppins for this year’s Halloween Stroll in downtown Steamboat Springs. (Photo by John F. Russell)

Rose Ashes performs with the Pyroneers during Wednesday night’s Halloween Stroll in downtown Steamboat Springs. (Photo by John F. Russell)

Mackenzie Mackel helps Ryder Bogart, 2, get some candy during Wednesday night’s Halloween Stroll in downtown. The Steamboat Springs tradition draws kids of all ages in search of sweets. (Photo by John F. Russell)

Nan Rosenbaum helps Opal Schwartz pick out the perfect piece of candy during Wednesday night’s Halloween Stroll in downtown. The Steamboat Springs tradition draws kids of all ages in search of sweets. (Photo by John F. Russell)

Mr. Amazing keeps the beat for the dancers in the “Pyroneers” during Wednesday night’s Halloween Stroll in downtown Steamboat Springs. (Photo by John F. Russell)

Charley Williams, the wizard, hands out candy during Wednesday night’s Halloween Stroll in downtown Steamboat Springs. The Steamboat Springs tradition drew large crowds, great costumes and lots of sweets. (Photo by John F. Russell)

The Taulman’s, from right Kevin, Kyle and Julie, brought Jurassic Park to life for this year’s Halloween Stroll in downtown Steamboat Springs. (Photo by John F. Russell)

Courtney Diehl, and daughter Sunny might want to rock ‘n’ roll all Halloween night as they played the part of one of their favorite rock bands, Kiss for Wednesday night’s Halloween Stroll. (Photo by John F. Russell)

 


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