A mom and son pose for a photo in the library’s haunted house. (Marisca Bakker photo)

A mom and son pose for a photo in the library’s haunted house. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Annual Halloween Party at the Smithers Library

Little ghosts and goblins filled the library for spooky stories, games and candy

A witch goes fishing for treats at the Smithers Library on Friday. The annual Halloween party brought out plenty of little ghosts and goblins. For the first time, there was a line-up down the street to get in. (Marisca Bakker photo)

A mom and son pose for a photo in the library’s haunted house. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Little ones enjoy less scary fun in the children’s room at the Smithers Library while older ghosts and goblins had a chance to walk through the aisles of the other half of the library as it was transformed into a haunted house. (Marisca Bakker)

Spooky stories are told during the Smithers Public Library’s annual Halloween Party. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Paw Patrol is on a roll at the Smithers Public Library. (Marisca Bakker photo)

By Marisca Bakker

Little ghosts and goblins filled the library for spooky stories, games and candy

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Little ones enjoy less scary fun in the children’s room at the Smithers Library while older ghosts and goblins had a chance to walk through the aisles of the other half of the library as it was transformed into a haunted house. (Marisca Bakker)

Little ones enjoy less scary fun in the children’s room at the Smithers Library while older ghosts and goblins had a chance to walk through the aisles of the other half of the library as it was transformed into a haunted house. (Marisca Bakker)

Spooky stories are told during the Smithers Public Library’s annual Halloween Party. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Spooky stories are told during the Smithers Public Library’s annual Halloween Party. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Annual Halloween Party at the Smithers Library

Paw Patrol is on a roll at the Smithers Public Library. (Marisca Bakker photo)

Paw Patrol is on a roll at the Smithers Public Library. (Marisca Bakker photo)

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