Note: Halloween is just recently getting popular in France. It's not a celebration that is typically French. One thing is cool though, you have two days (November 1st and 2nd) off from school and work. These days are celebrated and are referred to as "All Saint's Day" and "All Souls Day."
We are ready Freddy!
We even put Jack-O-Lanterns on our window sills.
Jack-O-Lanterns on our window sills.
Same photo as above but in a different light.
We had lots of trick or treaters from around 6pm to 8pm.
Hehehe.... that's Norbert's face in the circle. He wore a different mask this year.
The costume on the right was a bit creepy!
I bought these a few years ago at a swap meet.
Closeup of scary skeleton dude.
Same photo as above but in different light. Different light adds to different mood.
Entrance to the haunted house.
The many cool displays in the beginning.
I didn't take a whole lot of photos, but believe me the couple in charge of this put in a lot of hard work. Kudos to them for making Halloween in Riverie fun.