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Hundreds flocked to Boofest


Morristown's Boofest was a fright for all. Hundreds of trick or treaters showed up to visit the booths and receive candy and information on local businesses. Morristown businesses provided candy and fun for all involved.


Boofest was designed to make a safe, comfortable environment for younger students to access trick-or-treating excitement all within a place trusted by their guardians.

Boofest includes local business vendors such as The Youth Connection, (business), (business) and more.


All families are welcomed, whether they have children who are disabled, too young to go trick or treating in neighborhoods, or even if they just want the extra candy!

Some vendors offer informational packets concerning their mission as a business or other important issues within the community.


Boofest was initiated by the city chamber of commerce, recreational event coordinators and government officials as well.


Some members of the businesses donate their hard-earned money to gain more candy to hand out to children and young teens alike.

Businesses often are looking for more members if found at this event, it is sort of like an event raising awareness for businesses.

A booth for The Youth Connection
A booth for The Youth Connection

A lady in a costume, adorned with dalmation spots on the side.
A lady in a costume, adorned with dalmation spots on the side.

A Flintstones car with two little kids dressed as the Flintstone men with their matching mother.
A Flintstones car with two little kids dressed as the Flintstone men with their matching mother.

Uncle Fester, Cousin Itt and the rest of the Addam's Family!
Uncle Fester, Cousin Itt and the rest of the Addam's Family!

A Xenomorph alien costume, highly decorated.
A Xenomorph alien costume, highly decorated.

A large truck even joined the costume party, dressed as a dalmation.

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