Scores of families participated in Halloween activities over the weekend as Buck Run Community Center, the Chamber of Commerce, city of Fort Scott and area churches hosted festivities.
Saturday morning activities began with crafts and a pumpkin carving contest at the Buck Run Community Center, with volunteer students and adults hosting the activities.
From there, children and their families could then be a part of the Halloween Parade through downtown Fort Scott. Face painting, photos from Walgreens and free hot dogs were provided to those who trick-or-treated up and down Main Street, where downtown businesses and others handed out candy.
Area churches also held Trunk or Treat events over the weekend, inviting community families to take part.