The Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center welcomed community trick or treaters this year with all gate proceeds benefiting the SMILE Food Pantry Program and the Annmarie Scholarship Fund.
Halloween trick or treat bags were given out courtesy of the Calvert Health Outpatient Rehabilitation.
Children and parents alike enjoyed the many activities and vendors while leaving with plenty of safe goodies to take home to share.
Music was enjoyed by DJ Dave. Face painting was done by Kreative Kharacters and The Garden Pot also offered time for painting. Approximately 120 booths were set up, including Lyn’s Hand Crafted Goodies, Mary Kay, Spare Hands Cleaning LLC, St. Paul United Methodist Preschool, Home Towne Real Estate, Service King Collision Repair Centers, Chesapeake Orthodontics, Bath Fitter, ChoiceOne Urgent Care, Jan Kleponis, O’Brien Realty, PFG Printing, and Solomons Day Care Center, to name a few.
Food Vendors this year were Calvert Kettle Corn, Grizzly Mountain Grill, Hardesty Haven Catering, Nicoletti’s Pizza, Roy Rogers of Solomons, who was also a sponsor and Sunshine Girls Lemonade.
Many thanks to Solomons Volunteer Rescue Squad and Fire Department who participated in the event as well. Mark your calendars next year for a fun, safe and smoke-free event for the family to dress up and enjoy.
Please enjoy the picture gallery below.
Tammy Showalter / Calvert Beacon Reporter