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Nothing to be scared of here

Andie Scott of the Glenwood Springs Library grabs candy out of her bag, as Drayton Smalley (dressed as a lion) and Clark Piper (dressed as a monkey) await their goodies at Sunlight Ski and Bike, one of seven stops during the library’s Halloween Parade on Tuesday morning.
Christopher Mullen / Post Independent |
The Glenwood Springs library led young patrons on a walk around the block downtown Tuesday morning for the annual Halloween Parade. The children went trick or treating from business to business.

Halloween Parade from Post Independent on Vimeo.

Two other Garfield County library branches will have similar parades this week: New Castle on Thursday and Rifle on Friday. The parades will begin at each library at 10:30 a.m.

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