Small Smurfs and scary skeletons

When it comes to dressing up for Hallowe’en, youngsters across Cumbernauld and Kilsyth proved that they can let their imaginations and creativity run wild.

Groups across the area held their own Hallowe’en parties encouraging youngsters to dress up in their cutest or scariest costumes.

McAuley Centre group celebrate Hallowe'en

McAuley Centre group celebrate Hallowe'en

Kilsyth Library held an extra special bookbug session last week.

Many of the toddlers who are members of the reading group dressed up the occasion.

And they even played traditional games like dookin’ for apples.

A toddlers group in the Mcauley Centre in Condorrat also held their Hallowe’en party.

Kilsyth Library bookbugs.

Kilsyth Library bookbugs.

There was lots of fun and games for all the kids who dressed up in a variety of costumes.

The Meadow Club, which runs out of Baird Memorial Primary School in Condorrat, also had a Hallowe’en party.

There was a scary wolf and other characters at the event which included lots of games and of course fun.

Meanwhile, youngsters across the area celebrated the event with many trick or treating in their neighbourhoods.

For more pictures, see this week’s Cumbernauld News or Kilsyth Chronicle dated Wednesday, November 6.