One reveler at the 17th annual Collinsville Halloween Parade Saturday night, Oct. 30, thought it might be fun to commemorate the dramatic (and scary) mine rescue in Chile a couple of weeks ago (top photo).
Earlier Saturday, a pumpkin totem poll, above left, was assembled outside of Husk: New American Tacos on Main Street as a way to remember longtime Fireplace Cafe owner Bill Wilson, who died on Oct. 14. The totem poll, above right, remains a fixture in front of the Fireplace on River Street.
The parade and the pre- and post-parade shenanigans of Boosilini, the monster of ceremonies, were as outrageous as ever as a large crowd packed Main Street and the areas in front of the Canton Historical Museum.
dotCANTON was in Collinsville Saturday afternoon and Saturday night. A collection of photos chronicling the event appears in the two-page gallery below.
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