Today's was U.Va.'s Annual 'Trick-or-Treating on the Lawn' — U.Va.'s trick-or-treating tradition was initiated in the late 1980s by the residents of the Lawn, and is open to all local community members. Children are invited to wear their costumes and take part in trick-or-treating at each of the 54 Lawn rooms. Candy is donated and distributed by more than 70 student groups and other organizations.
|The Rotunda and lawn today before the crowds.|| |
The students are quite the tricksters and they often dress up the numerous statues around grounds. I may be partial, but I think these guys look just as good with the Halloween masks. What do you think?
|Well Hello, Clarice.|
This was the view outside my office window at around 4:30 this afternoon. I just couldn't stop smiling seeing these little ones in all their Halloween grandeur!
I hope your day was as good as mine! Happy Halloween!
I bet that was fun to watch, I can just picture it! I love the costumed statues!! I am shocked they let them do it, but it is all for fun!ReplyDelete
Looks like a lot of fun for both the participants and the onlookers. :)ReplyDelete