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Skeletons, zombies and ghosts… Oh my!

All Hallows' EveSkeletons, zombies and ghosts… Oh my!

County of Brant residents are preparing for All Hallow’s Eve, this Sunday, October 31.

Pumpkins, ghosts and witches adorned the front lawn of a County of Brant home.

Homeowners across Canada, including many in the County of Brant, the City of Brantford and Six Nations of the Grand River have decorated their homes with all things spooky in anticipation of trick-or-treaters this weekend. 

Skeletons depict a spooky hospital story for passersby in Scotland.

As COVID-19 restrictions ease in Ontario, children will be allowed to dress-up in costume and head door-to-door on the search for candy. 

A haunted house decoration leads to a front door, prepared for trick-or-treaters to visit on Sunday, October 31.

Participants in this year’s Halloween festivities are encouraged to socially distance from other groups when on sidewalks, wear masks when social distancing is not possible and keep visits brief to avoid exposure. 

Homeowners in the area have decorated their homes with spooky creatures for Halloween.

For homeowners worried about contact through handing out treats, they can put candy out on the table for each child to help themselves. 

Local homes are lit up and ready for trick-or-treaters to stop by this weekend.

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