The 2nd annual MCC Spooktacular was the creepy craze Saturday night. More than 800 trick-or-treaters came out to enjoy the fun.
Families could play games at the Kiddy Carnival, produced by the Physical Therapist Assistants Club, along with a photo booth and candy galore.
Kiddy Carnival by P.T.A club. Grace Usher/Riverscene Magazine
In the Troll Village, Student Services Department hosted a hair-bouncing dance party and photo opportunities. The Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society ran Zombieland, where kid zombies could make zombie dolls, zombie self portraits, and guess which body part (made of food!) was in the box.
Across campus at the Surgical Tech. Department was the Haunted Hospital for those brave enough for an operation. The Library was Dia de Los Muertos themed with Day-of-the-Dead crafts and candy for the dead of all ages. The MCC Spooktacular is a night of spook, candy and family fun.
Just a little bit farther north, the Shops at Lake Havasu hosted its own style of Halloween fun.
Kids dressed as super heroes get candy at The Shops at Lake Havasu Friday evening. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
Costumed ghosts and goblins could trick-or-treat from store to store at the Shops in addition to having fun in the Kids Zone on inflatable slides and playing games.
On hand to make sure there were plenty of treats were The Knack radio station, Desert Hills Fire, YADAH and the Western Arizona Humane Society.
The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society ran Zombie Land at MCC Friday evening. Grace Usher/RiverScene Magazine
Kids trick or treat at The Shops at Lake Havasu Friday evening. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
The MCC Student Services Department ran Troll Village. Grace Usher/Riverscene Magazine
A trick or treater dresses like a shark at The Shops at Lake Havasu Friday night. Rick Powell/RiverScene
Spiderkid makes Dia de los Muertos crafts in the MCC library Friday evening. Grace Usher/Riverscene Magazine
A trick or treater dresses like a panda during The Shops at Lake Havasu Halloween carnival Friday. Rick Powell/Riverscene
The library is decorated in the “Day of the Dead” theme for the Spooktacular event at MCC. Grace Usher/Riverscene Magazine
A child dressed as a firefighter rides past the Search and Rescue booth during The Shops Halloween event. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
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Luke Fitch is dressed as BB8 Friday night during The Shops at Lake Havasu Halloween event. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
The surgical technician department was the haunted hospital for the event. Grace Usher/RiverScene Magazine
A child dressed as a Sheriff’s officer stops at the Mohave County Sheriff’s both at The Shops Friday evening. Rick Powell/RiverScene
People stand in line for The Knack Human Pinata Friday evening at The Shops at Lake Havasu. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
Kids trick or treat at Cato Friday evening during The Shops at Lake Havasu Halloween event. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene
Landen Wirick dresses as a werewolf Friday evening at The Shops at Lake Havasu. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene