Kirsten Flageolle, 2, poses in her Olaf costume. She took third place in her age group during a city of Edgerton Halloween party on Oct. 26. Staff photo by Danedri Thompson

Kirsten Flageolle, 2, poses in her Olaf costume. She took third place in her age group during a city of Edgerton Halloween party on Oct. 26. Staff photo by Danedri Thompson

Goblins, ghosts and Elsas – lots and lots of Elsas – will be filling the streets in upcoming days.
Some Halloween festivities kicked off last weekend with Edgerton hosting its annual Halloween Party and Indian Creek Community Church hosting a trunk-or-treat event.
The largest Halloween event in the area, Gardner Parks and Recreation’s Boo Bash, is set for Oct. 30 at Celebration Park. The event was rescheduled so as to not conflict with Kansas City Royals World Series games.
Boo Bash will start at 6 p.m. with the costume contest beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 30 at Celebration Park.
The 18th annual event will also include games, candy, prizes, a hayrack ride along the park trails and a fire-eating entertainer.
Should the scheduled Oct. 30 date be rained out, the event will be held on Oct. 31.