Halloween Downtown 2015


Derik Vanderford | The Union Daily Times Young students from Elaine’s Dance Zone prepare to dance to “Monster Mash.” Trick-or-treaters turned out in large numbers for Halloween Downtown yesterday. Union’s Main Street was filled with trick-or-treaters on both sides of the street as they collected candy from numerous downtown merchants. There were also performances by students of Elaine’s Dance Zone.Friday’s event was sponsored by the Union County Chamber of Commerce, the City of Union, and the Union County YMCA.


Derik Vanderford|The Union Daily Times Families turned out in large numbers wearing a variety of costumes.


Derik Vanderford|The Union Daily Times Everyone’s favorite plumber “Super Mario” enjoys his trick-or-treat candy.


UNION — Trick-or-treaters turned out in large numbers for Halloween Downtown yesterday.

Union’s Main Street was filled with trick-or-treaters on both sides of the street as they collected candy from numerous downtown merchants.

There were also performances by students of Elaine’s Dance Zone.

Friday’s event was sponsored by the Union County Chamber of Commerce, the City of Union, and the Union County YMCA.

Derik Vanderford | The Union Daily Times Young students from Elaine’s Dance Zone prepare to dance to “Monster Mash.” Trick-or-treaters turned out in large numbers for Halloween Downtown yesterday. Union’s Main Street was filled with trick-or-treaters on both sides of the street as they collected candy from numerous downtown merchants. There were also performances by students of Elaine’s Dance Zone.Friday’s event was sponsored by the Union County Chamber of Commerce, the City of Union, and the Union County YMCA.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0060.jpgDerik Vanderford | The Union Daily Times Young students from Elaine’s Dance Zone prepare to dance to “Monster Mash.” Trick-or-treaters turned out in large numbers for Halloween Downtown yesterday. Union’s Main Street was filled with trick-or-treaters on both sides of the street as they collected candy from numerous downtown merchants. There were also performances by students of Elaine’s Dance Zone.Friday’s event was sponsored by the Union County Chamber of Commerce, the City of Union, and the Union County YMCA.

Derik Vanderford|The Union Daily Times Families turned out in large numbers wearing a variety of costumes.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0068.jpgDerik Vanderford|The Union Daily Times Families turned out in large numbers wearing a variety of costumes.

Derik Vanderford|The Union Daily Times Everyone’s favorite plumber “Super Mario” enjoys his trick-or-treat candy.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0065.jpgDerik Vanderford|The Union Daily Times Everyone’s favorite plumber “Super Mario” enjoys his trick-or-treat candy.
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