Waxhaw’s Children’s Fright Night draws local trick or treaters

Christie, with the Waxhaw United Methodist Church, passes out candy during trunk or treat. “I got the idea from Pinterest! I’ve been doing it [Waxhaw’s Trick or Treat] for a long time.”

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Waxhaw hosted Fright Night for Children on Saturday, October 28 from 4-8 pm.  Activities included: Trunk Or Treating sponsored by Waxhaw’s United Methodist Church, Trick Or Treating at local businesses, Costume Contests, Carriage Rides, Costume Contests, Food Vendors, and more.

Stephen Alexander, from Waxhaw, “I’m a robot, a candy robot.”
Addison & David from Waxhaw. “We always come to Waxhaw’s party.” Addison says her favorite part is the candy.
A volunteer for Carolinas Medical Center passes out candy during Waxhaw’s Fright Night Children’s Party.
Kevin & Kevin Jr, and Jennifer & Jay with their children, James and Grayson. “They all wanted to be heroes!”
Children age 0-3 years old participate in a Costume Contest at Waxhaw’s Fright Night Children’s Party.
Madelyn Korvink, Waxhaw. “I was looking online and got this idea. My mom and dad wanted me to do something else but I wanted to do this one. I’ll be in the 7-9-year-old costume contest category.”
Carley, from Waxhaw, says “My mom gave me the idea but I like being a unicorn.”
(LtR) Tim Strickland, Lauren Caddell, Hailey Caddell, Mark Cadell, & Cheri Strickland. This is Hailey’s first trick or treat. “She won third place in the 0-3-year-old costume competition. We all having a great time.”
Several local food vendors were onsite to feed the hungry Trick or Treaters during Waxhaw’s Fright Night Children’s Party.
Lee Mcshane of Mary O’Neills gets in the Waxhaw Trick or Treat spirit.
The Southern Breeze’s carriage horses dressed as skeletons to help with Waxhaw’s Fright Night.
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