Puppy Sadie in her banana costume for the Doggy Costume Contest

Puppy Sadie in her banana costume for the Doggy Costume Contest

Photo gallery: Halloween fun for the whole family

Photos by Haley Ausbun

Downtown Renton hosted skeletons, legos, dinosaurs and more at the Olde Fashioned Halloween party Oct. 27. The event had downtown businesses engage in daytime trick-or-treating and a Scarecrow competition. The main event was in a festival area host to booths of games, coloring and more run by Renton and Hazen High School volunteers, the “Boo Crew.” The event also featured a dog costume contest.

The Olde Fashioned Halloween Party main square on Saturday Oct. 27

The Olde Fashioned Halloween Party main square on Saturday Oct. 27

Brad, Jennifer, Ian and Bailey Detrick take to the streets in their Halloween best.

Brad, Jennifer, Ian and Bailey Detrick take to the streets in their Halloween best.

Etta in her battiest costume for the Doggy Costume Contest.

Etta in her battiest costume for the Doggy Costume Contest.

Palo Santo shows an elfish side for Halloween.

Palo Santo shows an elfish side for Halloween.

Bot “Chad” offers trick-or-treaters candies, courtesy of Hazen High School’s robotics team 8693.

Bot “Chad” offers trick-or-treaters candies, courtesy of Hazen High School’s robotics team 8693.

The Four sisters offered scarecrows true to their name for the Scarecrow contest.

The Four sisters offered scarecrows true to their name for the Scarecrow contest.

Angelea in a prehistoric costume for the daytime trick-or-treating.

Angelea in a prehistoric costume for the daytime trick-or-treating.

Alice, Chris and baby Ava all went the mouse route for their costumes.

Alice, Chris and baby Ava all went the mouse route for their costumes.

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