Northlanders Get Spooky Indoors
Families Thursday afternoon got a head start on trick-or-treating indoors at Superior's Business District
SUPERIOR, Wis.- In Superior, families got a head start on trick-or-treating in the city’s Business District. The cold windy day forced many trick-or-treaters indoors, but that didn’t stop them from having just as much fun.
Young and old filled the Superior Business District for some daytime trick-or-treating. From skeletons, to spider-man, and even dressing up as their favorite music artist, kids got the opportunity to show off their creative looks all afternoon.
Employers at one of the businesses handing out treats says events like this are about much more than just candy for the kids.
“It’s a blast. It’s fun seeing all the kids come in dressed up. It’s fun being able to provide a warm environment for them to come in to multiple offices within our office, so it’s not just a one–stop shop it’s multiple places they get to stop and get lots of candy”, said Tia Miller, Receptionist at Holden Insurance.
And speaking of lots of candy, a group of kids enjoying the event, saw it as an opportunity to get a head start on filling bucket or bag full of goodies to enjoy.
“One of my favorite parts about dumping out the candy is sorting the things I don’t like and the stuff I do like and then putting the stuff in my candy bowl that I like and then the other stuff I just give to my parents”, said Alivia Visger.
For all ages, it’s a day that kicks off the family holiday season with Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner.