Edmonds Kind of Halloween photo gallery

We asked Josh Premako to take his camera around Edmonds Monday to capture some Halloween memories, as thousands of children and their families enjoyed the annual festivities sponsored by the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, the Just Frogs Amphibian Center and the Edmonds Museum.

Wendie Bark (right) talks about spiders to Denise DePasquale Huang and her sons, Jordan and Zach, Monday afternoon at the Just Frogs Foundation's Halloween open house.
Employees from Shangri-La Massage pose for a photo in downtown Edmonds.
Trick-or-treaters check out carved pumpkins from the North Sound Church contest, on display on Main Street. The city closes off several blocks downtown each year for the trick-or-treat festivities.
Chris Chase, dressed as Winnie the Pooh, talks to first-time trick-or-treater Abraham Dubin, 2.
Trick-or-treaters make their way down Main Street.
Larry LaFave dances by the downtown Edmonds water fountain.
One of the scarier costumes on display among the thousands who jammed downtown streets.

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