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Children help Glinda and Agent Egg trade foot-warming booties to some trolls with chilly feet. In exchange the kids collected two "dragon eggs" as a part of the library's annual Halloween event, this year called " “The Labyrinth of Not-So-Terrible Terror."
From left are Gnomes Jack Haskins and Evan Rank, Kaia Warner as Glinda, 9-year-old Johnathan Hartwig, 8-year-old Jadyn Hartwig, 8-year-old Savannah Stern and guide Logan Toftness.
Children help Glinda and Agent Egg trade foot-warming booties to some trolls with chilly feet. In exchange the kids collected two "dragon eggs" as a part of the library's annual Halloween event, this year called " “The Labyrinth of Not-So-Terrible Terror." From left are Gnomes Jack Haskins and Evan Rank, Kaia Warner as Glinda, 9-year-old Johnathan Hartwig, 8-year-old Jadyn Hartwig, 8-year-old Savannah Stern and guide Logan Toftness.

Kids have a 'scary' good time at library Halloween event

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River Falls Wisconsin 2815 Prairie Drive / P.O. Box 25 54022

An estimated 425-450 people went through the public library's annual Halloween childrne's event, this year called "The Labyrinth of Not-So-Terrible-Terror." The event started at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31. Library event and gallery coordinator Katie Chaffee said it was "wildly successful."

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Visitors travelled through the "Labyrinth of Not-So-Terrible-Terror" with a guide. The kids were asked to help find "dragon eggs" and return them to a wizard. They then recieved a candy "reward."

Chaffee said the annual "adventure" was put on by the library in cooperation with friends, the River Falls Royal Ambassadors, River Falls High School FBLA students and other area people.

For more photos, please see the Nov. 7 print edition of the River Falls Journal.

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Gretta Stark has been a reporter for the River Falls Journal since July of 2013. She previously worked as a reporter for the New Richmond News from June 2012 to July 2013. She holds a BA in Print and Electronic Media from Wartburg College.
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