Residents get creative in Marion Halloween Parade

By Andrea Ray | Oct 31, 2017
Photo by: Andrea Ray These two cheery trick-or-treaters were all too happy to pose for the camera.

Marion — Marion's Annual Halloween Parade kicked off on October 31 with a rousing drum routine, played by the Sippican Elementary School Styxx Drum Corps.  The Drum Corps led the parade, accompanied by director Hannah Moore, who played the largest drum herself.

She directed goblins, wizards and even an aspiring Tom Brady in the parade, which is organized every year by the Marion Art Center.

Behind the Drum Corps came a multitude of parents and children, all dressed to the nines; alongside the usual ghosts, goblins, wizards and princesses were sharks, chickens, Mario and Luigi and even a zombie policeman.

A truly limited edition Beanie Baby. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
Two drummers in the Sippican Drum Corps. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
The good witches of the Marion Art Center. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
A pair of sharks take a hiatus from the nearby ocean to join in the parade. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
Why did the chicken cross the road? (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
Zombie police are always welcome on Halloween. (Photo by: Andrea Ray)
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