Kids could get their faces painted at the McDowell Drug Task Force face painting station, pick up some coloring books, and take a photo at our straw bale photo backdrop.
If a child came without a costume, or needed a costume, we had plenty of them - for free - thanks to the generosity of the Petaluma community.
After that - trick or treat. Almost all of our merchants participated and some of them even got dressed up themselves! We saw some fabulous costumes on both kids and adults.
I am proud of our merchants and our community for being able to provide this safe and positive environment for Halloween fun.
Here are some big Thank You's:
- Amy Cutler, Marketing Director of The Plaza North
- Steve and Diana, Maintenance Crew, The Plaza North
- Ladybug Connections, Cathy Slack, Ginger Smith-Goltze and the community at large for costume donations
- Kmart for loaning clothes racks for the Halloween Costume Giveaway
- CVS for donating Halloween bags and candy