Families trick or treating on Sidney’s Treat Street

A pair of itsy bitsy spiders Magnolia, five weeks, and Hugh, 2, join dad (and waterspout) Josh Brand and mom Laura McOrmond (sun and the rain) on Sidney’s Treat Street Halloween afternoon. (Steven Heywood/News staff
Peter Garnham of the Sidney Museum gives treats to trick-or-treater London Grace Canning, 6. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Crispin, Cora, Carla and Kenna Coppock. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Playing a Na’vi out of the movie Avatar is Sidney’s Zaylee Wendt. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Randy Stratton, Gayle McCallum, Jackie Stratton and Raven, 18 months. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Thea-Rose, Selah-Grace and Calder on Beacon Avenue. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Oct. 31 is Sidney Treat Street. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Dylan Gaffney, 2, as Sir Toppham Hatt and Ava, 4, as Thomas the Tank Engine. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Thing One (Allison Spokes) and Thing Two (Virginia MacLeod are from the Sidney North Saanich Library. (Steven Heywood/News staff)
Jessica, Abigail, 6, and William Waters, 23-and-a-half months, take part in the Sidney Business Improvement Area Society’s annual Treat Street event on Halloween. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Downtown Sidney was filled with trick-or-treaters on Halloween afternoon.

They were taking part in the Sidney Business Improvement Area’s (SBIA) annual Treat Street event. Local merchants along Beacon Avenue offered families treats and a lot of people dressed up in their Halloween best for the event.

Panorama Recreation also set up a spooky activities centre at the Mary Winspear Centre, featuring fun and games, face painting and the portable inflatable obstacle course.

Enjoy our photos from the Treat Street event.

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