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Marlborough's trick-or-treating features Horribles Parade

Quinn Torpey, 2, dressed as a jack-o-lantern, and Evan Greengo, 4, as a dinosaur, spot the store where they'sl get their next treats.

Quinn Torpey, 2, dressed as a jack-o-lantern, and Evan Greengo, 4, as a dinosaur, spot the store where they'sl get their next treats.

Marlborough – Numerous costumed kids received treats from downtown businesses Oct. 25 before viewing or joining the Horribles Parade led by the Whitcomb Middle School Marching Band. Among those giving away goodies at City Hall were Mayor Arthur Vigeant and state Rep. Danielle Gregoire, D-Marlborough. The annual event is sponsored by the mayor's office.

Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

 

Bridget, 1, is comfy in her fox costume.

Bridget, 1, is comfy in her fox costume.

Cruising in a stroller dressed as candy corn characters are the Wells sisters: Shannon, 2, and Natalie, 1.

Cruising in a stroller dressed as candy corn characters are the Wells sisters: Shannon, 2, and Natalie, 1.

“Sheriff” Jason Mikula, 4, is amused seeing an adult dressed as Elmo.

Costumed members of the Whitcomb Middle School Marching Band provide music for the festivities.

Costumed members of the Whitcomb Middle School Marching Band provide music for the festivities.

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