Aisha Borque, 15 and her brother Mickey, 10 were two of more than 20 kids who decorated pumpkins at the Quesnel Public Library on Wednesday (Oct. 30). Library staff got into the spirit of the season by decorating their front desk as a pirate ship and dressing up as pirates for passing candy to trick-or-treaters this year. Ronan O’Doherty photo

Diabolically decorating pumpkins at Quesnel Library

More than 20 kids get into Halloween spirit as library hosts free pumpkin-decorating event

Quesnel kids got into the Halloween spirit Wednesday, Oct. 30, as the Quesnel Library offered kids of all ages a chance to decorate their pumpkins and get ready for Halloween. More than 20 people took part in the event.

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