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Articles About Halloween
Walking under the autumn sun on Halloween afternoon, Monday, Oct. 31, were plenty of pretty princesses, frightful goblins and ghouls, myriad Marios and Luigis, fantastical warriors and beautiful Barbies.
To experience the “Harry Potter” display, visit Jean-Michel Lamoine’s house at 117 E. Davis St. during Beggars Night on Monday, Oct. 31. 6–8 p.m.
On Sunday, Oct. 31, throngs of terrible monsters, pretty princesses and frightening figures of all kinds descended on Yellow Springs in want of treats and sweets.
In late September, the Village of Yellow Springs announced that the usual community Halloween activities — bonfires and trick or treating — would be canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Miserable Halloween weather couldn’t dampen the spirits (pun intended) of Mills Lawn School students, who displayed a wealth of holiday spirit and creativity.
Beware the yard of Drake and Lynda Love Highlander…
Welcome to Way Back Wednesday, a series of posts that dip into the archives at the YS News to bring a little nostalgia to the midweek slump. Today’s post comes from the Oct. 25, 2001 issue of the News.