Swanton Halloween is a ‘Thriller’


Swanton had a fun-filled weekend of Halloween fun, including the Halloween Hoopla on Saturday afternoon. Above, dancers from Julie’s Dance Studio perform on Main Street to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Regular trick-or-treating followed the Hoopla on Saturday and Trick or Treehouse and other events were held Saturday and Sunday at the Beach Ridge Area of Oak Openings Metropark.

Swanton had a fun-filled weekend of Halloween fun, including the Halloween Hoopla on Saturday afternoon. Above, dancers from Julie’s Dance Studio perform on Main Street to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Regular trick-or-treating followed the Hoopla on Saturday and Trick or Treehouse and other events were held Saturday and Sunday at the Beach Ridge Area of Oak Openings Metropark.


Drew Stambaugh | AIM Media Midwest

Swanton had a fun-filled weekend of Halloween fun, including the Halloween Hoopla on Saturday afternoon. Above, dancers from Julie’s Dance Studio perform on Main Street to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Regular trick-or-treating followed the Hoopla on Saturday and Trick or Treehouse and other events were held Saturday and Sunday at the Beach Ridge Area of Oak Openings Metropark.

Swanton had a fun-filled weekend of Halloween fun, including the Halloween Hoopla on Saturday afternoon. Above, dancers from Julie’s Dance Studio perform on Main Street to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Regular trick-or-treating followed the Hoopla on Saturday and Trick or Treehouse and other events were held Saturday and Sunday at the Beach Ridge Area of Oak Openings Metropark.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2022/10/web1_Hoopla-Thriller.jpgSwanton had a fun-filled weekend of Halloween fun, including the Halloween Hoopla on Saturday afternoon. Above, dancers from Julie’s Dance Studio perform on Main Street to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.” Regular trick-or-treating followed the Hoopla on Saturday and Trick or Treehouse and other events were held Saturday and Sunday at the Beach Ridge Area of Oak Openings Metropark. Drew Stambaugh | AIM Media Midwest