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Updated: June 20, 2018 @ 3:56 pm
Jacob Henderson and Marion Burnette lend the Farmington Regional Chamber of Commerce a helping hand during the annual Harvest Night Halloween Bash on Oct. 27 in the historic district of downtown Farmington.
Hitting the streets for trick or treat during Harvest Night is Zoie Crow,Oliver Crow, and dad Jarrod.
Brody Humphrey, 4, and his brother, Isaac,9, show off their Halloween outfits at First State Community Bank. Brody was Rocket Racoon and Isaac, the Grim Reaper for Harvest Night.
The Champion siblings banded togehter during an evening of trick or treating at Harvest Night on Oct. 27. In front from left is Bat Man, Logan; Baily is dressed as a gypsy, and Parker is dressed as Harry Potter. In back is older sister Riley who also went as a gypsy.
Witches and princesses took to the streets for candy during Harvest Nights
Ethan, dressed as a fire house dalmatian, and his brother Brayden as a T-rex.
Halloween trick or treaters stop at Ophelia's for some Halloween candy during Harvest Night.
Strange character could be found walking around Farmington during Harvest Nights
Johny Rebel Witworh sees what it is like to be a fireman instead of a super hero we go to sit in Wolf Creek fire truck during Harvest Night
No telling what will show up at Harvest Night.
6-month-old Mason Deschbein makes his first Halloween appearance dressed as a dinosuar as he and his dad, Kory, hit the streets.
Whether it was ghost or goblins, or superheroes and fairy princesses, Halloween revelers des…
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