Halloween is not just for kids as area employees got dressed up for Halloween. Monday, October 31, 2016.all
The Adams Lions Club annual Halloween parade was held on Sunday, October 30, 2016.
The annual Halloween Parade features dancers, bands, ghouls, cars dragging body parts, and the walking dead along Tyler Street in Pittsfield.
Volunteers from Conte Community School build their 'Haunted Hospital' float and volunteers from Allendale Elementary School build their 'Allendale Town' float at a Neenah Technical Materials warehouse in Dalton for the annual Halloween Parade in Pittsfield.
Monument Mountain High School students and a select few from Monument Valley Middle School take over downtown Great Barrington with their paintbrushes for the annual Halloween window painting event sponsored by the Great Barrington Rotary Club. The murals adorn 54 of the downtown storefront windows this year.
Brett Codwise, 5, paints a haunted house onto a pumpkin during a Halloween pumpkin painting event at The Mount in Lenox.
The Halloween parade, as well as the inaugural Monster Dash 1.5 mile run, works its way along Tyler Street in Pittsfield.
Students from the Building Blocks Early Education Center's pre-k class visit Whitney's Farm Stand in Cheshire for a pre-Halloween trip.
The Tyler Street Halloween Parade in Pittsfield. Friday, October 24, 2014. Stephanie Zollshan — The Berkshire Eagle.
Sarah Sayers, owner of Sarah's Cheesecakes and Cafe, decorates Halloween cupcakes in her store in Pittsfield. Tuesday, October 21, 2014.