Thursday night’s Halloween in Maitland Street drew an even bigger crowd than last year’s inaugural event.
Organisers Tash Elder and Penny Jobling were delighted with the participation by shoppers and kids – it was a family night out and everyone dressed for the occasion in suitably scary witches wardrobe, skeleton suits and ghoul gear.
The night was aimed at bringing the community together in the CBD for a fun evening and it worked a treat.
Shops which decorated in Halloween theme were visited by ‘trick or treaters’ and happy to pay up with lollies and other goodies.
Narrabri’s main street, which is usually quiet at 5pm, was bussling with kids and parents alike, roaming store to store trick or treating.
There were witches, clowns, pirates, pumpkins, devils, Frankenstein’s monsters, grim reapers, skeletons, ghostfaces and vampires roaming the neighbourhood.
Multiple stores in Maitland Street joined in on the fun, treating kids to a handful of treats for their spooky costumes.
The event begun at 4.30pm and wrapped up around 8.30pm and was organised by Narrabri’s Tourist Information Centre and Narrabri Think Tank.