Costumes rule day at Halloween parade
Paraders make their way down Main Street, during the Suisun City Halloween Parade, Friday. (Robinson Kuntz/Daily Republic)
SUISUN CITY — There were princesses aplenty, bountiful zombies and one level-headed man – at least in costume – at the annual Suisun City Halloween parade.
More than 100 people came out under gray skies to show off their Halloween finery at an event that’s older than the Oompa Loompa costume worn by one young boy and the family who decked themselves out as "Star Wars" characters.
The event is one of three holiday happenings organized by the Suisun City Firefighters Association. The group also hosts an Easter egg hunt and collects toys for children at Christmas.
Friday’s festivities marked Leo Schofield-Serbousek’s first Halloween. Continue Reading