City residents, RCMP embrace 2021 Halloween festivities in Williams Lake

The city of Williams Lake put on a show during the 42nd Annual Williams Lake Halloween Fireworks display. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)The city of Williams Lake put on a show during the 42nd Annual Williams Lake Halloween Fireworks display. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Sunet Engelbrecht leads the charge for candy as Antoan and William Gaspar try to keep up, with their parents in tow. The trio were trick or treating in the Westrdige neighbourhood Sunday night. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Sunet Engelbrecht leads the charge for candy as Antoan and William Gaspar try to keep up, with their parents in tow. The trio were trick or treating in the Westrdige neighbourhood Sunday night. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Georgia Abdon, 6, transforms into the Princess Elsa from Frozen for Halloween in Williams Lake. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Georgia Abdon, 6, transforms into the Princess Elsa from Frozen for Halloween in Williams Lake. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Halloween was enjoyed by many families Sunday afternoon and evening, Oct. 31. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Halloween was enjoyed by many families Sunday afternoon and evening, Oct. 31. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Jason Quewezance as Oogie Boogie, Whitney Alphonse as Sally, Kingsley Quewezance as Jack Skellington and Amelia Sage-Quewezance as Zero get into the Halloween spirit at Sugar Cane. (Photo submitted)
Ainsley Oxtoby, 15 months, is a Cabbage Patch Kid as she goes for a stroll on Halloween. (Photo submitted)
Bo, who adopted by from the local SPCA by Cassidy Porter, got dressed up for Halloween too. (Photo submitted)Bo, who adopted by from the local SPCA by Cassidy Porter, got dressed up for Halloween too. (Photo submitted)
Shanelle Johnny, left, Alaina Houde and Whitney Gilpin set out to go trick-or-treating on Third Avenue North Sunday, Oct. 31. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Shanelle Johnny, left, Alaina Houde and Whitney Gilpin set out to go trick-or-treating on Third Avenue North Sunday, Oct. 31. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Ghosts Meikayla Finnerty, left, and Madison Erlandson were looking forward having fun on Halloween, but stopped for a break at Kiwanis Park in the afternoon. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)Ghosts Meikayla Finnerty, left, and Madison Erlandson were looking forward having fun on Halloween, but stopped for a break at Kiwanis Park in the afternoon. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Members of the Williams Lake Lions Club were on hand to serve the community at the city’s Halloween fireworks bonfire Oct. 31 at the Stampede Grounds. (City of Williams Lake photo)Members of the Williams Lake Lions Club were on hand to serve the community at the city’s Halloween fireworks bonfire Oct. 31 at the Stampede Grounds. (City of Williams Lake photo)

The 42nd annual Williams Lake Halloween Fireworks display went off without a hitch Sunday night.

The city of Williams Lake hosted a bonfire at the Stampede Grounds with one hundred tickets given out to families to attend the event. Members of the Williams Lake Lions Club were also on hand to give out hot chocolate and hot dogs by donation.

Vehicles lined the streets at several vantage points to take in the show, which lasted approximately 12 minutes.

Meanwhile trick or treaters were out in full force throughout the city, with the RCMP even getting in on the fun.


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