“It was just a real nice evening for everyone,” said Cadiz Renaissance Director Leida Underhill, who said the purpose of the event is to give kids a safe environment in which to go trick-or-treating.
There were many games at Renaissance Square, and a costume contest. Among the winners were kids dressed as the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland, a scarecrow and a headless person.
Several groups participated this year, including the Lyons Club and various clubs from the Trigg County Schools, and many city and county officials were giving out candy.
The Janice Mason Art Museum organized a flash mob, which danced to the song “Thriller” by Michael Jackson. Underhill said they hired a choreographer about a month ago.
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