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Friday, October 23, 2015
This line waited for a prized piece of candy from Pulp 716. There were about 1,500 kids trick-or-treating in downtown Lockport this evening. (PHOTOS BY SCOTT LEFFLER / ENP STAFF)


Chugging along, this little one made his way to the ENP booth during tonight's
Downtown Lockport Trick-or-Treat.
About 1,500 kids made their way up and down Main Street this evening, collecting candy from area businesses during the annual Downtown Lockport Trick-or-Treat, put on by Lockport Main St. Inc.

East Niagara Post handed out candy in front of the Old Post Office, 1 East Ave., as we did last year. We snapped photos of a number of our visitors, which are available here (link).

Other participating businesses included 21st Amendment, Canalfront Sandwich Shop, Candle Nook Café, Celtic Halloween on Canal Street, Christ Community Church, Cream & Sugar Ice Cream Café, Deanna’s Styles, Earth House, Historic Palace Theatre, LaPort’s Pine Restaurant, Lockport Main Street, Inc., Majestic Vapors, Mills Jewelers, Niagara Produce of Lockport, Niagara’s First Impressions, Pallister House Florist, Papa Leo’s, Pulp 716, Scirto’s Jewelers, Scripts Café, Sub Delicious, Tom’s Diner and the YMCA of Lockport.

Many businesses ran out of candy -- as they seem to most years. Each year there seems to be more and more kids (and parents) out for the annual event.

Main Street Inc. director Heather Peck noted the increase in the number of people out to enjoy the annual event. She said it helps build and maintain a sense of community downtown and thanked those who participated.


ENP's George Root, right, stops by the ENP booth with his grandson, who was out trick-or-treating for the first time. 

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