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e 22 The Lovell Chronicle October 29, 2015 rm..-“ ............................................ .. Halloween activities highlight the week BY PATTI CARPENTER Ghost, goblins and even a few superheroes turned up at the Lovell branch of the Big Horn County Public Library on Tuesday for an afternoon of Halloween activities 'head- ed by mime Shelly King of Basin. The event provided an early peek at some of the clever and innovative costumes that will be seen around town at Halloween events scheduled for later in the week. . Other activities planned this week include Halloween costume pa- rades at both Lovell and Rocky Mountain Elemen- tary Schools. The LES pa- rade begins at 12:30 p.m. on Friday and the RMES “parade of spooks” will take place on the elemen- tary school campus at 8:15 am. Also on Friday, local businesses in Lovell are sponsoring a downtown trick-or-treat event, from 1 to 5 p.m. Children are asked to bring along a spe- cial ad published in this week’s Lovell Chronicle as they gather treats from participating business- es on Main Street. Each business will, check off its name On the ad. After all of the names have been checked, children can drop off the ad at the Level] Chronicle office, where their name will be entered l 'Ha‘lzs & gloves Underwear & socks 'Shoe care 'Baby needs 'Pajama pants 'Backpacks 'Pillows 'Bedding 9 E. Main, Lovell, WY in a contest with prizes that include one $100 gift certificate and one $50 gift certificate. ‘ Later that evening, at 8_ p.m., a haunted house will open its doors at the old school building in By- ron. ‘For those who may have missed earlier oppor- tunities to tour the house, this is the last night it wfll be open. The house is ex- pected to be pretty scary, so only ages 12 and up are welcome. On Saturday, a Hal- loween carnival is being held at the log gym in Cow- ley from 3-5230 p.m. The event will include games, crafts, a costume contest and a food concession. Also on Saturday, a family-friendly Hallow- een event will take place in the parking lot of Town Hall in Byron. The event will include games and a chili feed, starting at p.m, a costume contest at ,- 3 p.m. and a trunk or treat at 4 p.m. Ammon Emmett looks like he’s ready to devour a pile of storybooks at the Dinosaur Lovell library, during a Halloween event held on Tuesday. f 'lbwels e Rugs 'Bath accessories! 'Kitchen linens 'Sweatshirts &‘ pants °5torage totes ‘8‘ baskets ' Ribbons & lace : agar ‘v&s LIQUOR Variety . Sperheroes CJ Krantz an his big sister BrayLynn enjoy an afternoon PA'I'I‘I CARPENTER PHOTOS 1 Shelly King of Basin entertains a fairly large group of Halloween costume-clad children at the Lovell branch of the public library on Tuesday afternoon. Librarian Shelly Lohoff; shows some Halloween spirit’ with her scarecrow costume at the library on Tuesday. of fun at the library in Lovell on Tuesday.