It was an extended celebration of Halloween and the Macabre and the mixed drizzle of moisture  didn’t scare away the first trick-or-treaters of the year.  

Super Heros, Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins were dancing about at Cooper Creek Square for the annual Halloween Bash and DJ party last Saturday during the official kickoff party for the “Non Official” Holiday.

The Courtyard Fountain came alive with the bubbling magic of dry ice as shop owners filled the bags, baskets and even one extra special toilet bowl costume. Jeff Skinner and the Ear to Ear Gondola Photo booth were on hand to capture the memories while Local DJ “The Music Doctor” played crowd favorites and hosted a kids freeze dance party with prizes and tons of giveaways.

The annual event has been a part of the community for over a decade.  Stephanie Carey, Marketing and Events Manager for Cooper Creek Square said” it just keeps getting better each year.”

Cooper Creek Square has been a hub of entertainment, shopping, dining and celebration over the years and this winter are investing in a light show that will become a “must see attraction” according to Carey.