Sequim sixth graders gathered for Halloween as Alvin and the Chipmunks with Taylor Hancock as Theodore, Kendra Dodson as Alvin and Audriahna Roberson as Simon. Sequim Gazette photos by Matthew Nash

Sequim sixth graders gathered for Halloween as Alvin and the Chipmunks with Taylor Hancock as Theodore, Kendra Dodson as Alvin and Audriahna Roberson as Simon. Sequim Gazette photos by Matthew Nash

Downtown goes all out for another Halloween

Whether door to door or business to business or at one big event, candy abounded for local children on Halloween in Sequim. Hundreds of children congregated for the Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce and Sequim Merchants’ downtown trick-or-treating on Halloween. See more photos here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmJ6J5qW

Grace Rogers, 11, brings “The Addams Family” to Sequim as Cousin Itt. She said going as the hairy relative was the only costume idea that stuck with her.

Grace Rogers, 11, brings “The Addams Family” to Sequim as Cousin Itt. She said going as the hairy relative was the only costume idea that stuck with her.

Obi Galvin, 3, revs his engines and flexes his muscles while driving Grave Digger on Halloween Obi’s family served as his pit crew and said he’s a big monster truck fan.

Obi Galvin, 3, revs his engines and flexes his muscles while driving Grave Digger on Halloween Obi’s family served as his pit crew and said he’s a big monster truck fan.

Below, Jody Nordby, an employee at The Co-Op Farm and Garden dresses as Winifred Sanderson from the Disney film “Hocus Pocus” to greet children on Halloween like Aubrie Huisman, 3, dressed as Elsa from “Frozen.”

Below, Jody Nordby, an employee at The Co-Op Farm and Garden dresses as Winifred Sanderson from the Disney film “Hocus Pocus” to greet children on Halloween like Aubrie Huisman, 3, dressed as Elsa from “Frozen.”

Lyric Koester, 4, of Agnew takes a ride as Delia Deetz on a sandworm from the movie “Beetlejuice” in downtown Sequim during Halloween. Lyric’s parents said the sandworm was made of paper mache. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Lyric Koester, 4, of Agnew takes a ride as Delia Deetz on a sandworm from the movie “Beetlejuice” in downtown Sequim during Halloween. Lyric’s parents said the sandworm was made of paper mache. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Elizabeth Treece, 2, returned to trick or treat downtown Sequim as a “crazy cat lady” this year.

Elizabeth Treece, 2, returned to trick or treat downtown Sequim as a “crazy cat lady” this year.

Friendly puppy and older sister Haylee Noel, 10 leads her lumberjack brothers Merritt, 18 months, and Judah, 5, to trick or treat downtown Sequim on Halloween. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Friendly puppy and older sister Haylee Noel, 10 leads her lumberjack brothers Merritt, 18 months, and Judah, 5, to trick or treat downtown Sequim on Halloween. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

The Bekkevar family might need a bigger boat with little sharks Wyatt, 4, and Paisley, 3, leading their parents/victims Nelson and Christine Bekkevar on Halloween. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

The Bekkevar family might need a bigger boat with little sharks Wyatt, 4, and Paisley, 3, leading their parents/victims Nelson and Christine Bekkevar on Halloween. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

A family that uses the force together, trick or treats together like the Edwards crew, from left, Carolee, Penny, 12, Harold, Patience, 12, and Potato the dog.

A family that uses the force together, trick or treats together like the Edwards crew, from left, Carolee, Penny, 12, Harold, Patience, 12, and Potato the dog.

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