Families trick or treating on Sidney’s Treat Street

Downtown Sidney was filled with trick-or-treaters on Halloween afternoon.

They were taking part in the Sidney Business Improvement Area’s (SBIA) annual Treat Street event. Local merchants along Beacon Avenue offered families treats and a lot of people dressed up in their Halloween best for the event.

Panorama Recreation also set up a spooky activities centre at the Mary Winspear Centre, featuring fun and games, face painting and the portable inflatable obstacle course.

Enjoy our photos from the Treat Street event.

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Peter Garnham of the Sidney Museum gives treats to trick-or-treater London Grace Canning, 6. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Crispin, Cora, Carla and Kenna Coppock. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Playing a Na’vi out of the movie Avatar is Sidney’s Zaylee Wendt. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Randy Stratton, Gayle McCallum, Jackie Stratton and Raven, 18 months. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Thea-Rose, Selah-Grace and Calder on Beacon Avenue. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Oct. 31 is Sidney Treat Street. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Dylan Gaffney, 2, as Sir Toppham Hatt and Ava, 4, as Thomas the Tank Engine. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Thing One (Allison Spokes) and Thing Two (Virginia MacLeod are from the Sidney North Saanich Library. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

Jessica, Abigail, 6, and William Waters, 23-and-a-half months, take part in the Sidney Business Improvement Area Society’s annual Treat Street event on Halloween. (Steven Heywood/News staff)

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