After many months of upended celebrations, canceled camps, and other changes to deal with the coronavirus, Wyoming residents were determined to keep the Halloween spirit alive. Instead of greeting trick-or-treaters at the door, residents distributed candy at tables by the curb, on spiders’ webs and candy trees, and by creative chutes.
One clever resident on Abilene Trail became Rapunzel, lowering a bucket of candy out an overhead window. An artistic resident on East Mills Avenue was inspired by the movie “Spirited Away” and designed a candy chute featuring the character No-Face. And with unusually warm weather and a full moon, it was the perfect night for Wyoming’s costumed kids to get outside and enjoy a treasured rite of childhood.