Post written by Alex Ballou, Marketing Assistant.
Halloween in Fort Collins
|c. 1975: Fort Collins City Clerk, Verna Lewis and staff dressed for Halloween.|
|c. unknown: Four unidentified women, dressed up for Halloween. All four seem to be dressed as witches.|
|c. unknown: Halloween party.|
|c. 1971: More Halloween fun in Fort Collins, Colorado, 1971.|
|c. 1967: A jack-o-lantern from a 108-pound pumpkin! Fort Collins, Colorado.|
|c. unknown: A jack-o-lantern and kids in Fort Collins, Colorado.|
|c. 1990: Girl with pumpkin. Fort Collins, Colorado|
|c. 1990: An array of Halloween masks from Life of the Party in downtown Fort Collins, Colorado.|
|c. 1990: Pumpkin Pickers: Fall is here and it’s time for getting pumpkins for Halloween. The pickings are still good at Lee Martinez Part.|
|c. 1990: Bewitching display: The McConnell family on 2204 N. Overland Trail, Fort Collins, Colorado, has made Halloween into a family tradition.|
|c. 1993: Halloween Madness: Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman ride in Debut Theater Company’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” showing Friday & Saturday at 7PM at the Lincoln Center.|
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