IMAGE GALLERY: Hundreds Show for Main Street Halloween Horribles Parade
Main Street Marlborough was shut down for a couple of hours Friday evening, and businesses handed out all sorts of candy to kids dressed to the max for the festive holiday.
Main Street Marlborough businesses were out in full force to support the community and its costumed children on Friday evening.
The third annual Halloween Horribles parade drew many hundreds of residents for several hours. Children went from storefront to storefront collecting a wide assortment of goodies, and finished the night by marching in the Horribles parade, led by the Whitcomb Middle School Marching Band. Mayor Nancy Stevens was on hand in a "Peeps" costume to great the kids and families with them.
Here is a collection of great photographs taken by Marlborough Patch contributor Paul Bishop.