There’s a good reason for every season, and dressing up in a costume and scavenging for candy brings out the child in every one. Originally starting as a Celtic Druid religious holiday over 2000 years ago, most Americans use the holiday as a time to party, and eat sugar. This year, the observed day for Halloween, October 31st, falls in the middle of the week, and many community events were scheduled the weekend before. Nightly parties at local bars and daytime trick or treating. Today’s event, Trick Or Treat Street, from noon until 4pm, gave Anchorage residents and visitors a chance to parade around downtown in a colorful costumes, play games, share candy and smile. The Town square was host to games and delightful performances, including the Underground Hip Hop Dance Company, to give happiness to the Anchorage community.