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Dozens of early trick-or-treaters came out to the Huntsville Public Library Dozens of early trick-or-treaters came out to the Huntsville Public Library
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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

 

The threat of rain caused many families to get in their trick-or-treating early.

Thursday morning, dozens of parents took their little ones to the Huntsville Public Library.

The kids got a chance to trick-or-treat, make arts and crafts, and they even enjoyed a spooktacular puppet show.

LeKeithsha Hall said, "We thought it was going to rain today, so we decided to come out. My niece has two costumes and she would have been heart broken if she was not able to wear the second costume."

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