Slideshow: Trick or Treat Safety Street
The sun has set on the 26th annual Trick or Treat Safety Street at the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
The maze featured candy booths from participating businesses, providing a safe alternative for Trick or Treating on this Halloween night.
With nightfall, though, the mild-mannered safety street transformed into Fright at the Fairgrounds.
The haunted house was open until 11:30 p.m. featuring two mazes.
The attraction is operated by Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies and civilian volunteers who donate their time planning, building, decorating and operating the event. Proceeds from the event will go to assist DCSO Honor Guard and other Special Programs.
Face coverings were required for entry to the haunted house, but no costumes were allowed.
The Record-Courier will publish winners for the Safety Street costume contest in its Thursday edition.