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St. John Celebrates Halloween With Annual Trunk or Treat

Kids and adults descended upon the gravel lot in Cruz Bay, St. John, for the sixth annual Trunk or Treat event on Halloween night. It was a spooky and fun evening filled with candy, costumes and celebration, and even some dogs got in on the fun.

Lundin Cope, 4, was excited about her costume, especially as the sun went down and it could really shine during the sixth annual Trunk or Treat event in Cruz Bay, St. John. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Lyon Wilson, 7, waited patiently for his mini shaved ice from Kate Nesbitt of Dazey Drive In who was serving up two special flavors for the holiday: green slime (vanilla) and purple ooze (coconut). (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Dinners were replaced by handfuls of candy down at the Trunk or Treat Halloween celebration in Cruz Bay. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
On Halloween night, Trunk or Treat, Magnolia Nesbitt peeks through her costume, the character Animal from the Muppets. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Even after the sunset, trunks were still open and full of candy for the kids and adults hanging out around this Halloween event at the gravel lot in Cruz Bay. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
When asked what she was supposed to be dressed up as, Avalene Warren, 11, exclaimed, “THE SUN!” (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Nancy Batten, Dana Neil, and Margie Kemp pose for a group photo in the early hours of the Trunk or Treat event in Cruz Bay. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Theresa Rellecke, 22, helps Levi Grimm, 4, walk the plank over shark-infested waters with the hopes of candy at the other side. In addition to trick or treating, there were activities and competitions at the Trunk or Treat event in Cruz Bay. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Superman Turner Beaty, 3, takes his time enjoying his candy during Trunk or Treat on Halloween. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Kevin Smith, Oliver Purdom and Kristina Purdom pay homage to the muppets during Halloween this year during Trunk or Treat in Cruz Bay. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Vera King, right, examines some of her candy bounty during Trunk or Treat in Cruz Bay. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
During this year’s Trunk or Treat in Cruz Bay, some costumes were funny, while others were a bit more spooky, like this bodyless hand. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Some costumes stood out more than the rest, like these adults dressed as Andy Monster and Beetlejuice Barbara. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Paige Cope and son Charley, 2, share a “roar,” getting into character this Halloween. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Seren Penn, 4, dressed in the iconic Moana costume, heart-of-te-fiti necklace and all, for Halloween in this year. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Trunk or Treat in Cruz Bay, St. John, had its 6th annual event down at the gravel lot this Halloween. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Kiarah Penn in animal print poses with her one-year-old pup Benito at Trunk or Treat in Cruz Bay. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
The Muppets’ Cookie Monster came to life in the back of a car during Trunk or Treat. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
A little trick-or-treater dressed as Mirabel from Disney’s Encanto checks out her growing pumpkin bucket of candy during Trunk or Treat. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Rangers from the Virgin Islands National Park Service share in the festivities, handing out candy and turtle stickers. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Richard Baronowski wasn’t messing around when he got dressed for Halloween this year, bringing his best avocado to the party. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Kids played games and competed in small events for candy and other prizes at Trunk or Treat in Cruz Bay on Halloween. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Delaney McCoy carefully examined the candy she was presented with during Trunk or Treat. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)
Despite a brief rain, Trunk or Treat in Cruz Bay was a successful evening of fun and fright down at the gravel lot. (Photo by Nancy Borowick)

 

 

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