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Family-Friendly Halloween Party Going On Downtown

Family-Friendly Halloween Party Going On Downtown



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Greg Neft, KSL Newsradio It's Halloween, and there's a party for trick-or-treaters going on at the EnergySolutions Arena.

Everyone, meet Batman. "He has a laboratory and he has bats around," explained Laderey, who is dressed up as Batman.

But, Laderey plans to move up soon. "When I get bigger I want to be Spiderman," he said.

He's one of many guests at a special Halloween party thrown by the Kidz Business Expo. "We hope about 500 shows up tonight," organizer Pamela Cosby said.

She says all ages are welcome to come and enjoy live music, food and plenty of candy. The goal, she says, is to keep kids off the street.

The "Oktober Masquerade Event" costs $5 per person or $20 per family. It began at 5 p.m. and continues through the evening.

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