The top winners of the costume contest for the 0-3 age group are Reagan Janowski, first; Audrey Schmidt, second; and Sadie Soderling, third.
McKenna Heath, 5, stays in character as a cat.
Jaime Denner and Kjersten Janowski dress as Mickey and Minnie while holding little mouse Reagan Janowski, 6 months.
Karter Dennis, 7, shrugs after costume contest judges asked him if he knew how to use his police officer handcuffs.
Vivianne Manson, 9 months, is a tiny mouse for Halloween.
The Urvens dressed up in a "Star Wars" theme, with Ross as Luke Skywalker, Heather as Princess Leia and their 9-month-old son Jonah as an ewok.
The top winners of the costume contest for the 4-6 age group are Jack Dedie, first; Kole Dennis, second; and Kylee Soderling, third.
The top winners of the costume contest for the 7-9 age group are Sophia Skerpan, first; Kellan Stokstad, second; and Forrest Burrington, third.
The top winners of the costume contest for the 10-12 age group are Maddie Reott, first; and Nevaeh Smithson, second.
Walking down Main Street are friends Brooks Richter, 5, Cassidy Link, 10, Mason Richter, 8, Cara Link, 6, and Josie Shecterle, 8.
Sterling Parker, 2, holds hands while approaching a business dressed as a police officer.
Sophia Rusch, 3, and Ryan Koontz, 6, make their way into Dragon's Glen Tattoos to get candy.
Kyle and Rebekah Hulse dress as peanut butter and jelly while their kids Elliot, 5, and Caroline, 3, cross the street holding their hands at Fourth and Main streets.
Max and Aubrey Vejvoda show off their caterpillar/butterfly Harper, 4 months.
Kira Williams, 3, dresses as Queen Elsa from "Frozen" for Halloween.
Hugo Huiser, 4, dressed up as a frog while Haedayn Thorpe, 6, dressed as a Skylander.
Micah Nguyen, 3, dressed up as Hook.
Costume contest participants are pictured.
Matthew Johnson holds his son Isaak, 1, dressed as Yoda.
Kandy Watson, owner of Duck Soup Signs and Design, right, hands out candy to Stout siblings Havyn, 6, Trinity, 7, and Shyla, 2.
A group of friends participate in downtown trick-or-treating.
Ryan Watters, 7, holds up a stop sign to halt traffic while dressed as a safety guard.
Costumed characters walk downtown.