If you know your Star Wars characters, you’ll be able to tell right away this is Bobafatt and the Vampire Skeleton Princess. In real life, they’re dad Jason Wilson and daughter Chloe of Saltair. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Halloween a scream in downtown Chemainus

Trick or treaters young and old invade the streets Saturday

Don Bodger

The Courier

Trick or treaters young and old invade the streets Saturday


As you can probably imagine, walking around in these costumes wouldn’t be easy. That’s the Dul family of Lake Cowichan taking on the roles of Batman (Jerry), Robin (Jax) and the villain Poison Ivy (Amanda). (Photo by Don Bodger)

The Funky Pumpkin drew lots of entries. Rosie Hewitt, 2 1/2, had her decorated effort judged as the best of the lot in the Trick or Treat Chemainus celebration Saturday. (Photo by Don Bodger)

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