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The Pirate Carrying a Mermaid Optical Illusion has been named Patch's Halloween Costume in America. Its creator -- and wearer -- will receive a $5,000 prize for having the most creative and innovative costume.
The Missouri winner, who will receive $250, will now be entered to win the $5,000 grand prize in Patch's Best Halloween Costume in America contest.
We're searching for the best Halloween Costume in America. Enter yourself or your kids for a chance to win $5,000.
Looking for some last minute Halloween fun in St. Louis? Visit our Halloween guide for ideas on costumes, pumpkin recipes and more.
Public Safety, Halloween
Check here for a list of safety centers to be hosted by St. Louis County Police, school resource officers and DARE officers on Halloween evening. Children in costumes are desired to stop by for free glow necklaces, balloons and candy.
The 4th annual great pumpkin carve and glow is this weekend at the Moonrise Hotel.
The Student Council is inviting area children to trick or treat from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the high school. Children up to age 12 are welcome to attend.
The family Halloween event will feature games, inflatable attractions and a costume contest.
Police & Fire, Halloween
Runners are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes; prizes will be awarded. Participants are limited to 200. Save on the registration fee for this run until Oct. 19.
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