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Family fun reigns on Halloween Eve in Door County

You could have had Halloween candy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner if you planned your day right in Door County. Sturgeon Bay kicked off the ghoulish celebrations with its Thrills and Chills Celebration at 10 a.m. Dozens of costumed children and their parents marched down 3rd Avenue following a fire truck before scattering throughout the city for trick or treating.



In Fish Creek, kids got to take a break from trick or treating at area businesses by heading down to Clark Park where they could participate in a number of games. In lieu of having their own open house this year, the Gibraltar Fire and Rescue Department parked their vehicles nearby for families to see up close.


Egg Harbor businesses also got into the Halloween spirit on Saturday afternoon. Costumed children collected candy from trick-or-treating participants with businesses gladly welcoming them in even after the Egg Harbor Safe Walk ended at 4 p.m.


The United States Coast Guard got back into the Halloween game after a year away due to COVID-19. Although they could not host the community for its annual Ghost Ship tour, Coast Guardsmen still dressed up and passed out candy outside the gates to the Cutter Mobile Bay. For Operations Officer Austin Childs, it was all about giving back to the community any way they could.


Most communities will end their Halloween weekend festivities with trick-or-treating hours on Sunday. You can visit our Halloween page for those hours

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