Halloween Stroll: Costumes and candy galore

The 2019 Halloween Stroll was well-attended by children and adults alike

Local store owners in Downtown Rock Springs took some time Saturday to get out and hand out candy to the many children that were out taking part in the annual Halloween Stroll.

Photos by Ann Jantz, wyo4news.com

Aryanna Meza, right, tells Arlie Frommel about her costume Saturday at the Halloween Stroll.

ROCK SPRINGS, WYOMING (Oct. 28, 2019) — Children and adults alike packed Downtown Rock Springs Saturday for the annual Halloween Stroll.

The weather held out so that local residents could get out and participate in the festivities. People started gathering as early as an hour before the 11 a.m. start time, and by 11:30 a.m. the line to the Rock Springs Historical Museum wound around the corner and down G Street.

Wyo4News was on hand taking photos of the event. Enjoy the images we captured!


Pet owners also showed up with their pets in costume Saturday.
Clark Stith, left, passes out candy to one of many children filing past the storefronts on Broadway Saturday.
All types of costume ingenuity were on display at the Halloween Stroll Saturday.
Posing for the camera from left are Alex Browder, Paige Browder, Kaiden Rasmussen and Sophia Browder. The group were part of the early crowd that gathered at the Rock Springs Historical Museum prior to the start of the Halloween Stroll.
A dinosaur walks along Broadway Saturday.
Arabella Meza, left, and Arlie Frommel show off their Halloween costumes.
Children gather for the beginning of the Halloween Stroll.
Mallory McCoy, left, and Mandy Crofts with Manyd’ Chocolate-covered Strawberries sell caramel apples at the Halloween Stroll.

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