Photos by Jonathon Brodie/London Community News
London’s south end was a little spookier than usual Saturday (Oct. 29).
Hundreds of kids dressed in costume, along with their parents, came out for the Wortley Village Halloween Parade and Fair.
Ranging from everything to corpses all the way to princesses, kids paraded around showing off their costumes along Wortley Road, between Bruce Street and Elmwood Avenue East.
The Parade and Fair was more than just a showcase for costumes. The Monster Mash blared over the speakers while hot dogs and hot chocolate were handed out to keep people warm.
Face painting, a hockey shootout and a beanbag toss station were also set-up to maintain the high Halloween fun.