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PHOTOS: Your Halloween Decorations Across Windsor Essex 2021

Thursday October 28th, 2021, 11:50am

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Earlier this week we asked Windsor Essex residents to email us pictures of their Halloween decorations.

From spooky to ghoulish, lit or unlit, night or day, elaborate or simple, house or apartment, you delivered and we’re proud to show your decorations to the community!

The submission deadline for publication was Sunday, October 24th at midnight. Thanks to everyone who sent in their photos!

3300 block of Peter Street by Shelby R.

200 block of Geraldine Crescent by Patrick R.

3700 block of Whitney by Brad S.

By Rose G.

By Deb B.

By Tyler A.

311 Isack Drive by Brad B.

By James S.

By Rose G.

By Lindsey B.

By Stephanie H.

Jefferson Boulevard by Stjepan K.

1800 block of George Avenue by Linda W.

In South Windsor by Gabriel L.

By Jamie T.

200 block of Geraldine Crescent by Patrick R.

By Don H.

2400 block of Bernard by Dave S.

Black Thorne Manor by Katie C.

1400 block of Aubin by Drew S.

By Valeria D.

By Ron and Jean N.

By John B.

By Jamie T.

2400 block of Bernard by Dave S.

By John B.

3000 block of Wildwood Drive by Kenn M.

By Ashley M.

Oneida Pumpkin Farm in the 1700 block of Oneida by B.A Barakus saint

2700 block of Littler Crescent by Debbie C.

600 block of Richmond Street, Amherstburg, by Jake H.

By Jason G.

By Stacey B.

Accepting much needed donations of winter items such as mittens, hats, scarves, etc as well as toiletries. See you there if you scare by Robert M.

2000 block of Ypres by Melissa F.

1000 block of St Mary’s Boulevard by Todd D.

By Stacey B.

By Batzy Z.

Belle River by Jenn B.

By John B.

This story was made possible by WFCU Credit Union as part of the windsoriteDOTca Community Journalism Partnership Program. Thank you WFCU Credit Union for proudly supporting local news in the Windsor-Essex community.

Learn more about the windsoriteDOTca Community Journalism Partnership Program.

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