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All Albums > Calistoga Halloween 2013
Calistoga Halloween 2013
Calistoga Halloween 2013

Sail Boat Race
The city's recreation department set up a carnival in the Sharpsteen Museum parking lot that entertained children with games, snacks and a costume contest.

4th Grade Cowboys
Sign bearers introduced their age groups as the 300 participants gathered at Cedar Street and Lincoln Avenue before parade time.

Attention boils and ghouls!
Lions Club member Bill Squire uses a bullhorn to tray and organize hundreds of Halloween Parade participants before they stroll down Lincoln Avenue.

Bring it on!
Who would try and take candy from a Sumo wrestler? Even one with a charming smile...

Bunny Race
Looks like a dead heat for this boat race at the Halloween Carnival.

Chicken Family
What did the firefighter say to the baby chick? We have no idea...

A pink and a green fairy ready their wands at the end of the Halloween Parade before the carnival starts.

Fishing Booth
The ping pong ball always seems much bigger than the bowl's opening, especially at the end f a pirate's sword!

Halloween Cars
A family of "Cars" fans zoom putt-putt the avenue during the Halloween Parade.

Halloween Parade Detour
The parade was held up while firefighters checked out a reported gas leak at the old Miguels restaurant building. PG&E showed up to turn off the gas line and things paraded on as usual.

Halloween Tractor
A very young Farmer John rolls down Lincoln Avenue in his customized John Deere tractor.

Mayor Canning
Mayor Chris Canning conducts the costume judging contest --- how do you choose Spidermana over a ghost?

For over 60 years, on Halloween Night the entire town turns out to walk in the Halloween Parade sponsored by the Lions Club.

No doubt where this carved pumpkin belongs!

Sign of the Times
Te police dept. joined the festivities with a pumpkin carved like a badge and a web over the entrance sign on Washington Street.

Two Kids
What could be better than holding hands and walking down the middle of the street with no one yelling at you to stop doing that?