Photos by Don Nelson, Steve Mitchell, Marcy Stamper, Ralph Schwartz, and Shelley Smith Jones
Three girls in costume got a running start to trick or treating on Burgar Street.
Dana Stromberger greeted the big, bad wolf (Robert Grim) and three little pigs (Korrie Bourn, and Sloane and Vesper Grim) in front of her Burgar Street home on Halloween.
Frankenstein’s monster and his bride—Paul Gutzler and Morgan Sicilia—handed out candy to trick-or-treaters at their home on Burgar Street.
Burgar Street resident Linda Hardesty greeted trick-or-treaters Michael Wilbur and his son Ernest, 2. Linda and Terry Hardesty dress up as a witch and a werewolf every year, and add some new scary thing each year to the animatronic displays in their front yard. “I’ve always loved Halloween,” Linda Hardesty said.
Julia Yetter, dressed as a fortune teller, handed out candy to trick-or-treaters from the front porch of her home on Greys Lane, off Burgar Street.
Kelly Grayum, dressed as a scarecrow, took a group photograph of his Burgar Street neighbors on Halloween.
Halloween lunch at the Methow Valley Senior Center in Twisp was served by “Lady Liberty” Greta Granstedt and Donna Cotner, dressed as a police officer.
Rita Walker received applause for her truly scary skull costume, during lunch on Halloween at the Methow Valley Senior Center in Twisp. Also pictured, from left, are Alice Glandon, Pat Braithwaite and Lola Cheek. Walker, Glandon, Jo Doyle and Carl Johnson (both not pictured) won prizes for best costumes.