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Christy Fleming
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Halloween is certainly more fun if you can celebrate twice! Kids in Wilmington dressed up in their costumes and went trick-or-treating a week early at Boo at the Zoo, the Brandywine Zoo’s annual merry — not scary — event.  Walkways were festively decorated as scary graveyards and haunted houses. And Zoo personnel dressed with ghoulish flair, dolling out candy and offering games of chance throughout the two-day family-friendly event.

The Brandywine Zoo’s next family event is Breakfast with Santa on Sat., Dec. 12th and Sun., Dec. 13th. Early registration is strongly encouraged.

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