A Quiet Night on Parrott Street

These photos were taken at 6 p.m. on Halloween night on Parrott Street in Cold Spring, a neighborhood that is traditionally mobbed with trick-or-treaters. The few homes decorated are owned by neighbors who are “always the most into it,” a resident said.

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5 thoughts on “A Quiet Night on Parrott Street

  1. We had so much fun on Halloween and were able to navigate the village safely. It was almost entirely local families, and it was so nice to finally have a special day that felt almost normal. I’m grateful to the many neighbors who made the extra effort to give our children a happy Halloween. [via Facebook]

  2. We had a blast not having the street swamped with out-of-towners. So many friends decorated their houses and it was incredible. I hope Cold Spring remains local again, like in the old days. [via Facebook]

  3. It was awesome! Thank you to all the houses that participated and creatively made it a safe and fun night. The kids needed it. [via Facebook]

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