Halloween 2019An Outermost Halloween, 2019 Outer Cape kids celebrate the holiday despite the weatherBy The Independent Nov 7, 2019 The trick-or-treat crowd comes together in downtown Wellfleet. (Photo Elspeth Hay) Emilia Mae Paine, disguised as a pineapple, with her mother Allison Paine. (Photo Elspeth Hay) A vampire, or is it Loki Weisman, roams Wellfleet’s Main Street. (Photo Elspeth Hay) At Wellfleet Preservation Hall, an ofrenda acknowledges both life and death. (Photo Ellen LeBow) A pumpkin patch glows on Halloween. (Photo Elspeth Hay) Costumed kids on Nelson Ave. with skeletons at the campfire. (Photo Mike Potenza) The Minions celebrate Halloween on Nelson Ave. (Photo Mike Potenza) A sweet tooth with a vengeance sends these trick-or-treaters straight to the source in Provincetown. (Photo Nancy Bloom) Dinosaur skeletons are careful to hold hands when crossing the street for sweets. (Photo Nancy Bloom) Ever-vigilant, the pest patrol was on duty all night. (Photo Nancy Bloom) Not everyone made the Black & Gold Ball in Provincetown. Some were carried off by aliens. (Photo Nancy Bloom) Town Hall glows as Saturday night’s Black & Gold Halloween Ball beckons. (Photo Nancy Bloom) It’s a night to dolled up for dancing. (Photo Nancy Bloom) Black & Gold co-host David Bowd, right, with some of the 300 revelers who turned out to raise funds for the Aids Support Group of Cape Cod. (Photo Nancy Bloom) DJ Lina’s spooky high energy powered the party. (Photo Nancy Bloom) This page is available to subscribers. Click here to sign in or get access.