Halloween Parade Draws Record Turnout of Pint-Sized Ghouls

The Delaware Art Museum’s already impressive collection of characters was joined by an plethora of ghosts, ghouls, astronauts and aliens at the Highlands Community Association’s 3d Annual Halloween Parade Sunday afternoon.

Some four hundred paraders filed past judges Senator Sarah McBride, Councilman James Spadola, Art Museum Executive Director Molly Giordano and Kenny Family Shoprite CEO Chris Kenny on a picturesque fall afternoon. While everyone was a winner, special goodie bags were awarded to The Mandalorian, and Lasso Family, and more.

Highlands families enjoyed free pizza, pumpkins and treats with support from neighborhood donations and local boosters Scott Deputy from eXp Realty and Dani Van Drew from DRPR Strategies.

Visit Highlands Community Association more events, news and information. And join Mayor Mike Purzycki for a special Highlands Live on Wednesday, October 27 at 7pm via Zoom (link here).

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