Posted by – Dale Mathes, Code Enforcement Officer
Traditionally, the night before All Saint’s Day or All Hallows Eve became Halloween, folks have set up displays of jack-o’-lanterns, witches, and goblins – along with “ghoulies and ghosties and things that go bump in the night.” Well, Auburn Hills’ residents are no exception.
Through my travels around town, I couldn’t help but notice some pretty cool decorations. Space restrictions prevent me from showing more, but these caught my eye and I thought I’d share them.
This one is on Richwood.
Here’s one from the south end of the City.
This one’s my favorite because all the decorations are hand-made and hand-painted. It’s from up in the Canadian subdivision.
Here’s hoping everyone has a safe and fun-filled Halloween. Happy Haunting!