Photos: Angels, Sanderson sisters and more trick-or-treaters enjoy Enchanted Forest

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Hundreds of children and adults flocked to the Prairie Park Nature Center’s Enchanted Forest Trail-or-Treat Sunday afternoon.


Patrons strolled around Mary’s Lake, stopping at various stations to play games, fetch candy and interact with costumed volunteers — including howling contests with the Big Bad Wolf.

The three-hour event is one of the nature center’s annual fundraisers, but it has been on hiatus since 2020.

Chansi Long/Lawrence Times Elizabeth Parker, 7, and Caleb Parker, 5
Chansi Long/Lawrence Times Zac Sumner, 8 and his mom and dad, Chelly and Bret Sumner
Chansi Long/Lawrence Times Ania Ramos, 8, and Iris Ramos, 4
Chansi Long/Lawrence Times Lilee Warner, 6
Chansi Long/Lawrence Times Kylie Warner, 11
Chansi Long/Lawrence Times Theo Barnum, 6 and Cameron Hurst, 8
Chansi Long/Lawrence Times Arya Thompson, 7, and Rylan Thompson, 9
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Chansi Long (she/her) reported for The Lawrence Times from July 2022 through August 2023. Read more of her work for the Times here.

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Meet a candidate for Kansas House District 10

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Suzanne Wikle is running as a Democrat to represent mostly southeastern parts of Lawrence in Kansas House District 10. Wikle (rhymes with Michael) shared her background in policy and advocacy, plus her views on child care, affordable health care and more.


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