Ghosts, goblins, princesses, and super-heroes hit the streets of downtown Great Falls in search of candy on Tuesday.
The Downtown Great Falls Association hosted the annual Safe Trick-or-Treat event.
The event is to designed to give kids a safe place to celebrate Halloween.
Businesses put signs up in windows to let kids of all ages know they were handing out candy.
The Great Falls Public Library also joined in on the Halloween fun with three candy stops through the library.
Several offices in the Civic Center handed out candy to those who dropped by.