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Michele and Greg Sperle accompanied Jack, 6 months, on his first Halloween adventure. (Jean Ruzicka / Enterprise)1 / 9
Mario and Luigi graced Main street Saturday, not the video screen. Nicholas, 5, at left, and Jimmy Henry, 8, came as the video game characters. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)2 / 9
Tinkerbell Tori Glanzer, 2, needed a wingman, dad Travis, who carried her flyaway gear. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)3 / 9
Karla Forsberg, 3, dressed as a butterfly, a popular costume choice. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)4 / 9
Thomas Paris dressed as his favorite dalmation. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)5 / 9
Jacob Larson went to the Nevis Fire Department's open house Sunday dressed as Dracula. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)6 / 9
2-year-old Hunter Bozovsky wasn't sure what to make of the gorilla outside The Good Life Café. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)7 / 9
Monkey Carter Katzenmeyer, above, took aim with his ping pong pool ball at the Century PTA's fall festival. The event drew a packed house, "kids" of all ages arriving in costume. (Jean Ruzicka / Enterprise)8 / 9
Nala the pug looked a bit grumpy in her butterfly costume. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)9 / 9