Annual Great Pumpkin Walk takes place in East Lansing

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Laura Bohannon

Shelly Lahanas watches her daughter Eleni give Tate Smith candy at the Wild Goose Inn's Land of Oz.

East Lansing’s annual Great Pumpkin Walk brought hundreds of trick-or-treaters to the city’s downtown area on Oct. 27. Families from East Lansing and its surrounding area brought their children to trick-or-treat at the Great Pumpkin Walk, where attendees were abe to trick-or-treat at more than 50 downtown merchants.

The Wild Goose Inn, located on Albert Avenue, also hosted its annual “Land of Oz” as part of the Great Pumpkin Walk, where volunteers from All-of-Us Express Children’s Theatre dressed as characters from “the Wizard of Oz” and handed out candy to trick-or-treaters.

Trick-or-treaters will have another chance to trick-or-treat on Halloween, too. Trick-or-treating is permitted in East Lansing neighborhoods from 6-8 p.m. on Oct. 31 each year.

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