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Images: See some of the best pictures by Daily Herald photographers from this past weekend

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Every weekend Daily Herald photographers venture out to some of the area's local events. See some of the best images from our Daily Herald photographers that you may have missed this past weekend.

Sampson, a seven-year-old bull mastiff dressed as a large shark, takes a break Saturday after the Howl-O-Ween dog parade at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. His owner, Ken Spielman, of St. Charles said he had trouble finding a costume large enough for Sampson, who won one of three prizes gift baskets.
  Sampson, a seven-year-old bull mastiff dressed as a large shark, takes a break Saturday after the Howl-O-Ween dog parade at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. His owner, Ken Spielman, of St. Charles said he had trouble finding a costume large enough for Sampson, who won one of three prizes gift baskets.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Charlotte Ford, 13, and Jack, her three-year-old shih-tzu dressed as a cowboy, explore the ground Saturday before the Howl-O-Ween dog parade at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. They are from St. Charles.
  Charlotte Ford, 13, and Jack, her three-year-old shih-tzu dressed as a cowboy, explore the ground Saturday before the Howl-O-Ween dog parade at Peck Farm Park in Geneva. They are from St. Charles.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
The Howl-O-Ween dog parade walks under a cold sky at Peck Farm Park in Geneva Saturday.
  The Howl-O-Ween dog parade walks under a cold sky at Peck Farm Park in Geneva Saturday.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Bill Grupp drives a 1950s Dodge Powerwagon U.S. Army truck to pull people in a hay ride Saturday at the Halloween in the Hollow festival in Sabatino Park in Sleepy Hollow. He is with the Service Club of Sleepy Hollow, which sponsors the event.
  Bill Grupp drives a 1950s Dodge Powerwagon U.S. Army truck to pull people in a hay ride Saturday at the Halloween in the Hollow festival in Sabatino Park in Sleepy Hollow. He is with the Service Club of Sleepy Hollow, which sponsors the event.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Charlie Schumacher, 9, of West Dundee attracts attention as he wears a Tyrannosaurus rex costume Saturday at the Halloween in the Hollow festival in Sabatino Park in Sleepy Hollow.
  Charlie Schumacher, 9, of West Dundee attracts attention as he wears a Tyrannosaurus rex costume Saturday at the Halloween in the Hollow festival in Sabatino Park in Sleepy Hollow.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Gavin Henricksen, 4, stands on the surface of Sabatino Park Saturday at the Halloween in the Hollow festival in Sleepy Hollow. He was with his grandparents Mike and Pam Daldone, of Sleepy Hollow.
  Gavin Henricksen, 4, stands on the surface of Sabatino Park Saturday at the Halloween in the Hollow festival in Sleepy Hollow. He was with his grandparents Mike and Pam Daldone, of Sleepy Hollow.
John Starks | Staff Photographer
Logan Carey, 7 of Round Lake arrives in his "DJ Logan!" costume during the Round Lake Area Halloween Party at First American Bank in Round Lake Saturday.
  Logan Carey, 7 of Round Lake arrives in his "DJ Logan!" costume during the Round Lake Area Halloween Party at First American Bank in Round Lake Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Deanna Vovkiv, 7, of Round Lake paints a pumpkin during the Round Lake Area Halloween Party at First American Bank in Round Lake Saturday.
  Deanna Vovkiv, 7, of Round Lake paints a pumpkin during the Round Lake Area Halloween Party at First American Bank in Round Lake Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
"Cheetah Girl" Paola Delgado, 5, of Round Lake Beach paints a pumpkin during the Round Lake Area Halloween Party at First American Bank in Round Lake Saturday.
  "Cheetah Girl" Paola Delgado, 5, of Round Lake Beach paints a pumpkin during the Round Lake Area Halloween Party at First American Bank in Round Lake Saturday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Joanna Wanless of Naperville walks with her children Preston, 9, Greyson, 4, and Madelyn 6, who wear their unique costumes during West Chicago's annual Halloween Downtown Trick-or-Treat along Main Street.
  Joanna Wanless of Naperville walks with her children Preston, 9, Greyson, 4, and Madelyn 6, who wear their unique costumes during West Chicago's annual Halloween Downtown Trick-or-Treat along Main Street.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Damian Aviles, 5, of West Chicago wears a Transformers costume during West Chicago's annual Halloween Parade and Downtown Trick-or-Treat.
  Damian Aviles, 5, of West Chicago wears a Transformers costume during West Chicago's annual Halloween Parade and Downtown Trick-or-Treat.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Peggy Krauch of West Chicago, dressed as Gretchen the Witch, gets out in front of walkers along Main Street during West Chicago's annual Halloween Parade.
  Peggy Krauch of West Chicago, dressed as Gretchen the Witch, gets out in front of walkers along Main Street during West Chicago's annual Halloween Parade.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
From left, Annette Vinelli of Lemont, Jamie Guardi of Huntley and Patrick Vinelli of Lemont take a selfie before the race. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
  From left, Annette Vinelli of Lemont, Jamie Guardi of Huntley and Patrick Vinelli of Lemont take a selfie before the race. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
39-year-old Steve Breese of Palatine breezed to victory with a time of 17:50 to win the 5K race, just edging out James Spencer of Aurora. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
  39-year-old Steve Breese of Palatine breezed to victory with a time of 17:50 to win the 5K race, just edging out James Spencer of Aurora. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Emily Dougherty of Glen Ellyn with sons Nolan and Declan in tow, finishes the 5K race. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
  Emily Dougherty of Glen Ellyn with sons Nolan and Declan in tow, finishes the 5K race. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Simon and Max Lopez of Melrose Park, dressed as skeletons during the 5K Race/Walk. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
  Simon and Max Lopez of Melrose Park, dressed as skeletons during the 5K Race/Walk. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Illinois Tollway Executive Director Greg Bedalov interviews Chief Engineer Paul Kovacs dressed as a Minion before the start of the 5K race. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
  Illinois Tollway Executive Director Greg Bedalov interviews Chief Engineer Paul Kovacs dressed as a Minion before the start of the 5K race. The Illinois Tollway partnered with the Chicago Area Runners Association to celebrate the opening of the eastern segment of the Illinois Route 390 Tollway with a 5K Fun Run/Walk Saturday.
Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer
Sixteen-year-old Brett Krambeer of Palatine is under the evil eye of a wicked clown as he plays miniature golf during Haunted Hole-A-Ween on Sunday at Mountain View adventure Center in Des Plaines. Golfers had to navigate around skeletons, ghosts, crazy clowns and vultures as they worked their way around the course.
  Sixteen-year-old Brett Krambeer of Palatine is under the evil eye of a wicked clown as he plays miniature golf during Haunted Hole-A-Ween on Sunday at Mountain View adventure Center in Des Plaines. Golfers had to navigate around skeletons, ghosts, crazy clowns and vultures as they worked their way around the course.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
A skeleton dressed in a bridal gown plays a piano while golfers play miniature golf during Haunted Hole-A-Ween on Sunday at Mountain View adventure Center in Des Plaines. Golfers had to navigate around skeletons, ghosts, crazy clowns and vultures as they worked their way around the course.
  A skeleton dressed in a bridal gown plays a piano while golfers play miniature golf during Haunted Hole-A-Ween on Sunday at Mountain View adventure Center in Des Plaines. Golfers had to navigate around skeletons, ghosts, crazy clowns and vultures as they worked their way around the course.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Elizabeth Naple of Des Plaines hits the ball through a spiderweb covered bridge on the third hole as she plays miniature golf during Haunted Hole-A-Ween on Sunday at Mountain View adventure Center in Des Plaines. Golfers had to navigate around skeletons, ghosts, crazy clowns and vultures as they worked their way around the course.
  Elizabeth Naple of Des Plaines hits the ball through a spiderweb covered bridge on the third hole as she plays miniature golf during Haunted Hole-A-Ween on Sunday at Mountain View adventure Center in Des Plaines. Golfers had to navigate around skeletons, ghosts, crazy clowns and vultures as they worked their way around the course.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
One-year-old Logan Gibson of Wauconda dresses as Matio while he has help driving his car from grandfather, Russ Slabaugh, during Trick or Treat Wauconda Main Street on Sunday. Children and adults dressed in their favorite characters at the event that featured a haunted house, carved pumpkin contest, pet costume contest, a bouncy house and lots of candy.
  One-year-old Logan Gibson of Wauconda dresses as Matio while he has help driving his car from grandfather, Russ Slabaugh, during Trick or Treat Wauconda Main Street on Sunday. Children and adults dressed in their favorite characters at the event that featured a haunted house, carved pumpkin contest, pet costume contest, a bouncy house and lots of candy.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Eighteen-month-old Mason Simone of Lake Villa dresses as the crazy chicken Hei Hei from the Disney movie "Moana" during Trick or Treat Wauconda Main Street on Sunday. Children and adults dressed in their favorite characters at the event that featured a haunted house, carved pumpkin contest, pet costume contest, a bouncy house and lots of candy.
  Eighteen-month-old Mason Simone of Lake Villa dresses as the crazy chicken Hei Hei from the Disney movie "Moana" during Trick or Treat Wauconda Main Street on Sunday. Children and adults dressed in their favorite characters at the event that featured a haunted house, carved pumpkin contest, pet costume contest, a bouncy house and lots of candy.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Riley Hattendorf, 5, of Island Lake dresses as Tinkerbell as she reaches for bubbles produced by the Bubble Paupers during Trick or Treat Wauconda Main Street on Sunday. Children and adults dressed in their favorite characters at the event that featured a haunted house, carved pumpkin contest, pet costume contest, a bouncy house and lots of candy.
  Riley Hattendorf, 5, of Island Lake dresses as Tinkerbell as she reaches for bubbles produced by the Bubble Paupers during Trick or Treat Wauconda Main Street on Sunday. Children and adults dressed in their favorite characters at the event that featured a haunted house, carved pumpkin contest, pet costume contest, a bouncy house and lots of candy.
Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer
Oliver Myers, 4, of Naperville runs through a corn maze dressed as Cat Boy during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
  Oliver Myers, 4, of Naperville runs through a corn maze dressed as Cat Boy during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Duke Hickman, right, volunteers to assist players in a Frankenstein Ring Toss game during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
  Duke Hickman, right, volunteers to assist players in a Frankenstein Ring Toss game during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Members of Elan Dance Company perform during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
  Members of Elan Dance Company perform during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Matthew Ting, 6, of Elgin attempts to shoot a sling shot during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
  Matthew Ting, 6, of Elgin attempts to shoot a sling shot during Halloween Happening at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion in Naperville.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Riley Carter, 4, of Geneva dances to a Halloween beat during the Geneva Commons Fall Fest.
  Riley Carter, 4, of Geneva dances to a Halloween beat during the Geneva Commons Fall Fest.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Rhett Williams, 4, of South Elgin dances to Halloween music provided by GAC Entertainment during the Geneva Commons Fall Fest.
  Rhett Williams, 4, of South Elgin dances to Halloween music provided by GAC Entertainment during the Geneva Commons Fall Fest.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
Josh Schilling of Sparkles Entertainment is dressed as a scarecrow while entertaining children in a corn maze during the Geneva Commons Fall Fest.
  Josh Schilling of Sparkles Entertainment is dressed as a scarecrow while entertaining children in a corn maze during the Geneva Commons Fall Fest.
Daniel White | Staff Photographer
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