Cape May Halloween

Dorothy Manley 1 yr. of Cape May, dressed as Dee-lish for the Cape May Halloween trick or treat and parade. The annual Halloween Trick or Treating followed by a parade, was held on the Washington Street Mall in Cape May, sponsored by the mall Business Improvement District. Business along the mall, handed out candy and treats to costumed children (and adults) as they walked the mall. Sunday Oct. 23, 2016. (Dale Gerhard/Press of Atlantic City)

Kids, you can start collecting your Halloween candy and show off your costumes a little early this year at Cape May’s annual trick-or-treat and parade Sunday, Oct. 22.

Families are welcome to visit the Washington Street Mall from noon to 2 p.m., where the shops will have candy for little tykes to fill their bags. Munch on your candy as you watch the city’s annual Halloween parade, taking off at 3 p.m. from Perry Street and Carpenter Lane and ending at the Emlen Physick Estate on Washington Street. The community is welcome to participate in the parade, with free registration held at 1:30 p.m. on the corner of Perry Street and the Washington Street Mall. Prizes will be awarded in various divisions, including both kids and adults.

For more information on the day’s activities, call 609-884-9565 or go to DiscoverCapeMayNJ.com.

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