PEPPERELL — The ghouls were out at the Albert Harris Senior Center on Halloween – and regulars at the center wouldn’t have it any other way.
After a delicious lunch of “ghoul-lash”, a Halloween parade began with judges to pick the best costumes, with prizes were awarded at the end.
Seniors then enjoyed a Mass Cultural Council-sponsored performance by Davis Bates, a folk singer and storyteller. Bates entertained and celebrated the season with true life ghost stories, supernatural stories, tales, and songs about harvest.
“This is always a fun time here each year. I love seeing all the costumes!” said MaryAnn Hagan, dressed as a witch.
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(Courtesy of Joanna Reagan)