Maplesville holds Halloween fun on Main Street
Published 2:43 pm Tuesday, November 1, 2022
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36seven50 Boutique was named the costume contest winner from those who set up on Main Street.
Trick-or-treaters lined up waiting for their turn for candy.
Gina Riley, Carson Riley and Tiffani Smith set up on Main Street for the event.
A family dressed up during the event.
Maplesville Utilities Board members Pam Nichols and Dija Fletcher with their pirate tables on Main Street.
The Maplesville High School cheerleaders performing a routine to “Thriller”.
Trick-or-treaters crowded the side of the streets the entire event until 6:30 p.m.
Cahaba Medical Care employees were superheroes for their theme this year.
Taylor-Made Lumber Company’s Sharon Taylor, left, Lori Reynolds and Kim Langston passing out candy.
Emily and Neil Ousley with baby Everhett dressed up as Scooby-Doo characters for Halloween.
Hundreds of children received candy in downtown Maplesville during the event.
Some tables handed out beads as well as candy to trick-or-treaters.
Katie Strickland with her two kids during Treats on Main.
The Maplesville Police Department passing out candy.
Jennilyn White, left, and her baby Harper with Ava Brown.
A group of kids dressed up during the event.
By Carey Reeder | Staff Writer
The town of Maplesville held its sixth annual Treats on Main trick-or-treating event on Oct. 31 from 5-6:30 p.m. Local businesses decorated storefronts and handed out candy to the trick-or-treaters that lined Main Street. The Maplesville High School cheerleaders performed a dance to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”. 36seven50 Boutique was named the costume contest winner from the businesses who set up to pass out candy.
Photos by CAREY REEDER | ADVERTISER