Highlands 4th Annual Halloween Parade

Halloween Parade Continues To Be A Real Treat, With A High Turnout And Special Community Guests

What a day for the Highlands Community! We had an incredible turnout for the 4th Annual Halloween Parade on Sunday, October 30th, 2022. The costumes were outstanding – over 400 participants marched past special judges. Mayor Purzycki, Senator McBride, and Councilman Spadola had to make some tough choices.

All the children received special goodie bags, trick or treated at various candy stations in the sculpture garden, decorated pumpkins, and danced to the Monster Mash.  This event could not have happened without the generosity of our neighborhood families, and a special thank you to the Kenny family, Courtney Loughney from Petite Yogi, and Scott Deputy from expRealty. We appreciate the Delaware Art Museum for welcoming our community. Thank you to the volunteers that made this event a success! 

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