Steve Dolan followed behind his family, Kayla and Lucy Umana as they made their way to Everett’s Halloween bash.
Lakisha Kirnon joined the Everett Marching Band in providing some music for the children to march to.
John Hanlon, his granddaughter Emily Hanlon, and their pup Sunny joined the fun at Glendale Park on Halloween.
Alexander Phelps dressed as a dragon for Halloween on Wednesday.
Yanlewis Rodriguez wore a creepy clown mask, and greeted visitors as they approached the Rec Center.
John Verano and his daughter Valerie got in the festive spirit as they visited the Rec Center for some Halloween fun.
Antonella Machado dressed as Pennywise with a clown costume and face paint.
Witches of all shapes and sizes congregated at Glendale Park to lead the parade of costumed kids.
Gina DeFreitas, a stilt walker from Big Smile Entertainment, waved her cape in the wind.
Meryem Ikauassen, Arwna Alidressi, Hanza Ikauassen, and Ali Ikauassen showed off their superhero moves in the parade on Wednesday.
Officer Flammia, Officer Dinuccio, and Sergeant Fox, took Mary the police dog in as a prisoner.
Nicaea Legall and Gideon Lagall posed at the photo booth in their Halloween costumes.
Giovanna Forsley added the finishing touches to children’s costumes with a bit of face paint.
The Rec Center was filled with kids on the afternoon of Halloween.
Costumed classics and other characters greeted the kids at the Rec Center.
Quin Maloney dressed as Vampirina for Halloween in Everett.
Jayden Castetter wore his police officer uniform to the Rec Center for Halloween, complete with motorcycle.
The City of Everett celebrated Halloween on Wednesday afternoon at Glendale Park and the Rec Center. Kids of all ages dressed up to participate in a parade around the park with the Everett High School Marching band and then enjoy more tricks and treats across the street at the Rec Center.
( Advocate photos by Katy Rogers)