Norfolk welcomes Halloween with parade, carriage rides, games and fun
Sunday, October 28, 2018 - 11:53 am

Holly Huczel Shannon and her furry creature to her right were a parade highlight!

NORFOLK -- A parade, horse drawn carriage rides, pumpkin painting and other activities were featured at Norfolk’s Halloween festival Saturday.

The four-day Halloween festival from October 25-28 also featured a 5K run, games in the park, a photo booth and a pie eating contest.

Other activities included food vendors, volleyball at Coach Tavern, wine tasting at Bregg winery, rock-n-skate at the arena, a pumpkin patch at Cart and Barrel, and movies at the school.

NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.

 Horse drawn carriage rides were provided by Al Smith’s Superette.

Mary, dressed as a Care Bear, and Abby Leggue, dressed as a bumblebee, enjoyed getting their faces painted at the park after the parade. The two sisters live in Norfolk.

A parade, horse drawn carriage rides, pumpkin painting and other activities were featured at Norfolk’s Halloween festival Saturday. Parade participants included Jason Gallant and his children Camden as Hulk and Chase as T-Rex.

From left, Mylynn Laughing and Warisaron Jackson, Hogansburg, decorate their pumpkins at the Norfolk park.

Natalie French, Norwood, sits patiently as her face is painted.

 

The spooky “Haunted Woods” float was decorated with skeletons.

The Café 56 float had famous Disney characters aboard.