Bristol’s Halloween Walk-a-About more treats than tricks

(left to right) Sienna, 6, Alexa, 4, and Kayla Sousa, 2, came dressed for the occasion with their friends, Wyatt, 2, and Flynn Hancock, 1, where their families enjoyed the Bristol Merchants Association Halloween Walk-a-Bout on Sunday. (left to right) Sienna, 6, Alexa, 4, and Kayla Sousa, 2, came dressed for the occasion with their friends, Wyatt, 2, and Flynn Hancock, 1, where their families enjoyed the Bristol Merchants Association Halloween Walk-a-Bout on Sunday.

(left to right) Sienna, 6, Alexa, 4, and Kayla Sousa, 2, came dressed for the occasion with their friends, Wyatt, 2, and Flynn Hancock, 1, where their families enjoyed the Bristol Merchants Association Halloween Walk-a-Bout on Sunday.

Even the thought of Hurricane Sandy didn’t scare away the dozens of ghosts, goblins, princess and superheroes that haunted downtown Bristol on Sunday.
Hundreds of people strolled through town to take part in the Bristol Merchants Association annual Halloween Walk-a-bout last Sunday, with many of the shop owners putting on costumes to hand out treats and goodies to anyone who stopped by their businesses.

 

 

 

 

Pam DeCosta, owner of the Copper Quahog on State Street gives out lollipops to Jace Goldstein, 5, of Bristol during Sunday’s Walk-a-bout.

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