Lincoln, Neb.-- The costumes - unique.
The candy - plentiful.
The fun - never-ending.
The Havelock United Methodist Church along with the Denton and Pleasant Dale UM Churches hosted a Halloween party at the People's City Mission Saturday, for dozens of families to take part in a hallowed bash.
Bob Lamb, president of the church's outreach committee, said this is somewhere between the fifth and tenth year they've held a party like this for Lincoln.
Having it at the People's City Mission added a little something extra.
"I don't want kids to be left out of enjoying this," Lamb said, "no matter where they are living. I want them to come to this, have a good time, forget about whatever is going on at home and be kids for awhile."
Prizes, games and a fun atmosphere, made being a kid the easy part.
"These kids down here are very polite," Lamb said, "they don't run around and cause trouble or anything."
Lamb said more than 100 people came through the mission's doors during the two hour event Saturday.
The church is also hosting a second Halloween party for Lincoln families Sunday, Oct. 27th, on church grounds at 4140 N. 60th St in Lincoln.