Tricks and treats at BayBoo: Bayview’s annual Halloween event brings out hundreds

  • <p>Kyson Comeau plays a game of Operation with the help of teacher Liz Clark.</p>
  • <p>Griffin Martell takes a shot in a basketball game.</p>
  • <p>It&#8217;s like finding a needle in a haystack for Lola Hallett as she tries to find containers in shredded paper for a prize.</p>
  • <p>A ghostly spectre collects her prize after bursting a balloon in a game.</p>
  • <p>Bella and Willow Mullen decorate some cookies. There were plenty of Wonder Woman costumes spotted throughout the day.</p>
  • <p>Madeleine Ethier was certainly more treat than she was trick at BayBoo.</p>
  • <p>Aliyah Demne, Kelsi-Rose Tanner, and Ivy-Marie Tanner decorate cookies together, all dressed as skeletons.</p>
  • <p>Elijah Hancock-Lowe asked his mom if he could be a jellyfish for Halloween and she created a costume that fit the bill, complete with light up tentacles.</p>
  • <p>Jace Hiltz, also known as Yoshi, gives a big thumbs up.</p>
  • <p>Six-month-old Lincoln Whynot cracks a little smile for the camera.</p>


Hundreds of children with parents in tow came out for one of Bayview Community School's biggest events.

The Mahone Bay school was overrun with ghosts, zombies, princesses, pirates, and everything in between (including a jellyfish) for the annual BayBoo event.

Kids lined up to take part in games, decorate cookies, chow down on hot dogs, and test their bravery in a haunted house.

All in all the event appeared to be a huge, haunted hit.

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