Stores throughout the downtown stretch of Gillette Avenue handed out candy to eager trick-or-treaters from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday for the 2020 Boo Fest.
Dozens of little trick-or-treaters and their families marched up and down Gillette Avenue visiting downtown shops, which handed out goodies to throngs of costumed kiddos and even a few parents who dressed up. Lines to get into some area businesses, including Gone Postal Pizzeria, stretched almost an entire block length four people wide.
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