Sights from the BooLVD Halloween Festival

LANCASTER –From trick-or-treating to hay rides, rock climbing to haunted houses, Thriller, and everything in between, the BooLVD Halloween and Harvest Festival delivered as promised Saturday.

Thousands of residents, young and old, came out dressed as pirates, princesses, ghosts and ghouls to take part in the fun; while others came out, simply, to gawk.

The following are some sights from The BooLVD:

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  5 comments for “Sights from the BooLVD Halloween Festival

  1. Mike Rives
    October 31, 2011 at 5:22 am

    Who were the idiots who designed this event? It is against fire codes to have so many people in such a small area. It was a disaster waiting to happen. The city does this to support some over-priced restuarants?

  2. Matt Keltner
    October 30, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    It looks like it was fun and better than last year’s! These things are like wines which have to age some to get better. I was out of town, unfortunately, so I couldn’t be there this year. Yes, great job City of Lancaster!

  3. Scott Pelka
    October 30, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    So what ever happened to Rex’s 35,000 people…. Maybe some were affraid to show up and get arrested for being themselves. A human being. If Rex showed up then he would have been the scariest thing there.

  4. John Mlynar
    October 30, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Very nice event! Kudos to all who put that together. Lots of food, costumes, people having fun, music. Yes there were thousands…I counted about 5,000 right around 7-7:30 pm and with people coming and going you’re probably looking at anywhere from 6 to 9,000 people. That a great turnout! The weather was perfect and people seemed to be having a good time.

    • S. Parker
      October 30, 2011 at 4:52 pm

      I agree! This was a great event with a great turnout. I’ve never seen so many people on The BLVD. About 70% of the people were in costumes. It was great to see the community so involved. I definitely wasn’t expecting it to be all that. I didn’t even know about or attend this event last year. This one goes to the City of Lancaster for a job well done!!

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