Spooky Saturday in Swanton


People flocked downtown Saturday for Swanton’s annual Halloween Hoopla celebration. Despite holding the Hoopla on a different day than trick-or-treating and some light rain and frozen precipitation, people still filled Main Street. Above, members of the Daryl Jervis Dance Studio perform to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” There were several other activites and opportunities for treats awaiting area children.

People flocked downtown Saturday for Swanton’s annual Halloween Hoopla celebration. Despite holding the Hoopla on a different day than trick-or-treating and some light rain and frozen precipitation, people still filled Main Street. Above, members of the Daryl Jervis Dance Studio perform to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” There were several other activites and opportunities for treats awaiting area children.


Drew Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise

People flocked downtown Saturday for Swanton’s annual Halloween Hoopla celebration. Despite holding the Hoopla on a different day than trick-or-treating and some light rain and frozen precipitation, people still filled Main Street. Above, members of the Daryl Jervis Dance Studio perform to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” There were several other activites and opportunities for treats awaiting area children.

People flocked downtown Saturday for Swanton’s annual Halloween Hoopla celebration. Despite holding the Hoopla on a different day than trick-or-treating and some light rain and frozen precipitation, people still filled Main Street. Above, members of the Daryl Jervis Dance Studio perform to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” There were several other activites and opportunities for treats awaiting area children.
https://www.swantonenterprise.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2019/11/web1_Haloween-Hoopla-2019.jpgPeople flocked downtown Saturday for Swanton’s annual Halloween Hoopla celebration. Despite holding the Hoopla on a different day than trick-or-treating and some light rain and frozen precipitation, people still filled Main Street. Above, members of the Daryl Jervis Dance Studio perform to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” There were several other activites and opportunities for treats awaiting area children. Drew Stambaugh | Swanton Enterprise