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Evanston is a busy place, and sometimes it’s hard to keep up with everything that happens over the course of a weekend. So here at the RoundTable we’ve decided to start a new project to help us keep in better touch as a community.

At the start of every week, the RoundTable will share photos from the various festivals, events, protests, block parties, full moons, sunrises, weddings, or even just pictures from the backyard or a park. To better know what goes on in each other’s lives, we’d like to see what keeps you busy on a typical Saturday and Sunday. So, please send us your weekend photos at news@evanstonroundtable.com!

This weekend’s Halloween festivities included Saturday’s Halloween Trick-or-Treat Stroll in Downtown Evanston.

Tiffany Cordero and her daughters Trinity and Kalea, pictured below, dressed up in Mario Brothers costumes to celebrate the holiday.

Photo credit: Evan Girard Credit: Evan Girard

Pictured left, little pumpkin Nate Rastogi with his mom, unicorn Anna Yu.

Picture right, Micaela and Amayah Davis pose for a picture in princess costumes.

Pictured below, Fera Toulabi snaps a photo of son Adam Toulabi, dressed as a ghost.

Photo credit: Evan Girard Credit: Evan Girard
Photo credit: Adina Keeling

A puppy dressed up in a Halloween tie poses at Fountain Square.

Two pumpkins share a joke in the windows of this house on Simpson St.

Photo credit: Alicia L.

And finally, a roundup of the great costumes spotted around town.

Adina Keeling

Adina Keeling is a photojournalist and reporter, covering city news, sustainability, schools, and art. She also investigates mental health systems and environmental injustices in Evanston, and puts together...

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