Trick-or-treaters flock to downtown businesses Friday in Yadkinville, including the Yadkin County Courthouse.
Olaf the snowman from the popular Disney movie “Frozen” mingles with trick-or-treaters in downtown Yadkinville Friday.
Ashley, Kenley and Kyla Duarte enjoy the downtown Yadkinville Halloween celebration Friday dressed as sassy senior citizens.
A ghostbuster takes home a prize in the Halloween costume contest Friday.
Masked villains, classic book characters and cartoon caricatures all took part in the annual costume contest Friday in Yadkinville.
Brenda Brown presents an award Friday to the headless horsewoman during the costume contest sponsored by the Yadkinville Downtown Business Association.
From the grim and gruesome to the more whimsical, the costumed kids in Yadkinville Friday are a sight to see.
Popeye and Olive Oil make an appearance at the costume competition Friday hosted in the Willingham Theater in downtown Yadkinville.
The Duarte family takes home a prize for best group costume at the Yadkinville Halloween celebration Friday.
Britney Melton, Penny Shore, Carla Melton, Addison Pilcher, Anna Melton and Braden Melton show off their team pride Friday for Halloween.
Predator is spotted Friday roaming the streets of Yadkinville for Halloween. He slayed the competition in the costume contest.
Humans weren’t the only ones having fun on Halloween in Yadkinville, Becca Chandler brought her dog Yoshi out to enjoy the day as well and compete in the pet costume contest Friday.
Yadkin Arts Council Director Lindsay Craven pulled out all the stops to create this gorgeous gothic warrior goddess costume. Craven said downtown Yadkinville Halloween celebration was “wildly successful.” Next year’s event will take place on Halloween day.
Costume kids of all ages mingle in the patio area of the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center Friday collecting candy for Halloween.
Fans of the popular TV show “NCIS” might have spotted Gibbs in Yadkinville on Halloween Friday, though Dinozzo and McGee were nowhere to be seen.