Halloween was celebrated in Boggabri across two nights this year.

On Saturday evening, the Nurruby Boggabri Early Learning facility hosted its first Halloween disco at the Boggabri RSL Club.

COVID-19 restrictions meant they had to cap numbers, but that didn’t stop little people having a great night of ghoulish fun and lots of sugar.

Parents took the opportunity to have a meal in the RSL dining room while their children were dancing their hearts out at the disco.

Educators Michelle Gosper, Camille Wannan and Jessica Armstrong supervised and danced along with the children.

The children looked fabulous in the costumes and make up, even if it was a bit hard to recognise some of them.

At the Commercial Hotel there was live music and special menus.

Some patrons were in costume and the staff made special effort with the food and made stuffed jack-o-lantens out of capsicums and special Boggy Bug burgers.

Robert Groth celebrated his birthday with his wife Anita, daughter Holley and 93-year-old father, Bruce.

On Sunday evening the streets were buzzing with trick and treaters knocking on doors around town.

The Debrecency family, led by Teena, had lots of visitors both during the afternoon and evening looking at their fantastic display.

Teena makes all her props and said: “We are still unpacking after moving, so next year will be bigger and better, but in the meantime, I’m going to start planning a Christmas display.”

Samantha Boswell and Bek Duddle hosted a birthday party as well as a Halloween display.

Bek is a well-known face painter in Boggabri and she had her daughters and their friends lining up for something special on their faces.

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