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Trick or Treaters Return To Downtown Grass Valley

Trick or Treating has been cleared as a COVID-safe activity this year, with some precautions. And pre-schoolers came out in droves, Wednesday morning, for the return of downtown Grass Valley’s annual event. It was somewhat modified, with the kids picking up treats at one central outside location, under the clock tower, at Mill and Main Streets. But a number of merchants were still handing out candy outside their stores, per tradition. And, as usual, the youngsters were decked out in a variety of imaginative and fun-looking costumes. That included Bodhi, who talked to KNCO’s Chris Gilbert…

click to listen to Bodhi

James came to the event as the ever-popular Iron Man…


click to listen to James

And Robert described himself as a knight-in-armor, complete with a sword for fighting. He likes the usual things about Halloween…

click to listen to Robert

The kids were also able to check out a number of special vehicles. One that seemed especially popular was one of the Grass Valley Fire Department’s large ladder trucks, where firefighters were available for photo opportunities.

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