PHOTOS: Halloween in South Okanagan captured in photos

Witches traded their brooms for paddles on Osoyoos Lake on Halloween. (Facebook)
Bob Young caught this stunning photo of the blue moon on Halloween. (Facebook)
Susan Offer took this photo of the Peach.
Penticton resident Marlene Jones got creative for Halloween.
More witches spotted on the lake.
Playing Halloween music, this Penticton resident dressed up as a character from Sesame Street and handed out treats using a tong-arm.

Halloween during a global pandemic is as weird as it gets. But this year we added a full moon and a time change to the mix.

And yet, all was calm in the South Okanagan and trick or treaters still had a great time. Caroline Holz took some great pictures of some witches she spotted on Osoyoos Lake on Halloween day. The towns of Keremeos and Osoyoos were treated to some impromtu fireworks.

Bob Young, of Osoyoos captured the stunning blue moon on Halloween.

Also, plenty of Pentictonites got creative to make sure trick or treaters could still have some fun and get candy safely.

Some made their own candy chutes, others used tongs. One resident hung the treat bags on a wire at her porch, while another threw candy all over the landing and had a sign that said take two.

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One very creative person dressed up as the frog character from Sesame Street and handed out candy using a tong-arm.

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