COSTUMES

Wonder Woman, Mad Hatter & Pumpkins Oh My: Area’s Most Popular Halloween Costumes

$3.4 billion alone will be spent on costumes

Americans are projected to spend more than ever on Halloween this year, reaching a record $9.1 billion. $3.4 billion alone will be spent on costumes. All Home Connections at AT&T has put out a map of each state’s most popular Halloween costumes. North Dakota’s top outfit is Wonder Woman. Minnesotans are choosing to celebrate the holiday as a pumpkin. In…

KVRR Does Halloween

Guess Who Is Dressed Up In Each Childhood Halloween Pic

  We love Halloween here at KVRR. To celebrate, we shared pics of some of us as kids in our Halloween best. Try and guess who’s in each picture! The pics are below. Watch the video to find out who they belong to. Then send us your Halloween pics. Send them to the KVRR Facebook page by clicking here. We might…

Sanford Halloween Costume Party Giving Kids With Disabilities the Chance to Shine

this is the 20th year the clinic is putting on the celebration

  FARGO, N.D. — Sanford Health is helping kids with physical challenges feel like they’re just like any other kid on Halloween. Kids dressed up as the Incredibles, Elmo and many others for Sanford’s 20th Annual Halloween Party. Every one of the kids was judged on their outfits by some friendly faces of the community including local law enforcement, the Fargo…

“Spooktacular” Party Brings Out All the Sweet, Chilling Stops for Halloween Lovers

More than 2,000 people walked through the doors of Veterans Memorial Arena

  WEST FARGO, N.D. — Every year, the West Fargo Park District puts on a spooktacular party for people who love Halloween and one day isn’t enough. KVRR’s Danielle Church has more on all the sweet yet chilling elements of the celebration that keep thousands from the metro coming back again and again. ‘Twas just three days before All Hallows’ Eve….

Will the Weather Ruin Halloween Fun? Staying Warm While Trick or Treating

Dressing for Halloween can be difficult if temperatures drop for October 31st

FARGO, N.D. — Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year for kids but will cold temperatures ruin the fun? KVRR’s Jessie Cohen learned some creative ideas families and Halloween store staff have come up with so they can still trick–or–treat door to door. October 31st is about the creeps, the costumes and of course, the candy….

“Art Ghoullery” Brings Out All the Halloween Stops this Season

The exhibit is open through November 4

MOORHEAD, Minn. — It’s not all trick-or-treating and costumes when it comes to Halloween, sometimes it’s about art. The Rourke Art Museum is putting on their free “Art Ghoullery” through November 4, featuring works of goblins and ghosts from 20 artists across the United States. Pieces range from cute and silly to creepy and sinister Halloween art. The goal of…

Davies High School Dance Team Raises Money for Competition

They held a car wash with at-will donations

FARGO, N.D. — Th dance team at Davies High School held a car wash to raise money to pay for some expenses. They say they hope to raise about $1,000. The team says they had about 30 cars come in at the mid–afternoon point. They took free–will donations, and they’re hoping to attend the national competition in Orlando in a few…

Gold-N-Motion is Back at Scheels Arena

The performers, ranging from 4 to 18 years old, are a part of the FM Acro Team and the competitive team.

FARGO, N.D. — What flips, tumbles and puts on a performance spectacular? Each of the gymnasts a part of Gold –N–Motion! The 36th Annual Spring Show took over Scheels Arena as hundreds watched these young athletes take the stage. The performers, ranging from 4 to 18 years old, are a part of the FM Acro Team and the competitive team….

Fargo-Moorhead Hosts Eighth Annual ComiCon

more than 30 vendors showed up to the event this year

  FARGO, N.D. — Kids and adults dressed up in their best sci-fi costumes for Fargo-Moorhead’s eighth annual ComiCon. The event featured a videogame room with all kinds of older games from Pacman to newer ones like Assassin’s Creed. More than 40 artists and 30 vendors from all over the Red River Valley were there. Some even included people from places…

Kennedy Elementary Students Host Living Wax Museum

Each student has researched an individual of their voice and has written a biography to read for their character

FARGO, ND — Third grade students at Kennedy Elementary School are taking Halloween to the next level with a Living Wax Museum. Each student has researched an individual of their voice and has written a biography to read for their character. The students were dressed up, head to toe, with accessories who resemble their person. Students not only had the…