High: 25º Low: 7º
Slight Chc Snow
High: 25º Low: 13º
High; 23º Low: 6º
Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KTWT-TV )
Downtown Twin Falls filled with young princesses, monsters, and superheroes alike to participate in Trick or Treat Downtown.
Twin Falls resident Kyndal Coggins says, “the community does come out and takes advantage of everybody trying to give in and it shows that we can all come together.”
Jayne Fischer, owner of the Cookie Basket and a participant in handing out candy notes, “we have had a lot of fun today giving out candy in the spirit of fall. We've had a beautiful sun-shiny day.”
Local business Ooh La La! decided to put a spin on the holiday and do things a little differently. Partnering with Glambia for the second year in a row, they passed out cheese instead of candy.”
Store owner Liyah Babayan says, “we had a great reaction from parents that appreciated the healthy option and we had some kids that would return the cheese because they wanted candy, but overall it was a great day.”
Whether healthy or sweet, the treats keep kids coming back year after year.
Says Coggins, "it has grown. I’ve owned the store for eleven years and its grown every year. I think the first year it was 500, this year it was 12–1400 kids."
Adds Babayan, “We passed out 1,500 pieces of cheese to kids and adults disguised as kids in their costumes. It was a great turnout. The weather is perfect and we had so many kids we ran out of cheese.”
Says Coggins, “It’s happy to see the community gather together and the children grow every year. We've seen them grow from preteens to young adults.”
Fun for kids and adults of all ages.