Monsters Found On MainStreet During Halloweekend 2020

Marshall Brunette finds a monster during Halloweekend. Courtesy photo

Sawyer Brunette finds a monster during Halloweekend. Courtesy photo

Carson Brunette looks for monsters. Courtesy photo

Jeremiah and Charlie Brake participated in the Halloweekend Monster Hunt. Courtesy photo

Jeremiah and Charlie Brake participated in the Monster Hunt/Courtesy photo

Ryan O’Malley/Courtesy photo

Gianna Rolfe/Courtesy photo


As part of Halloweekend 2020, the community was encouraged to search for “monsters” hiding in the windows of downtown businesses. After finding all 10 and taking selfies with the MainStreet Monsters, participants were submitted to win a monster bag of Halloween goodies.

Los Alamos MainStreet and Creative District would like to thank all those who participated in the scavenger hunt. The grand prize winners, drawn randomly from those who shared photos online and via email, were Ryan O’Malley, Gianna Rolfe, Brandon Keller, Jeremiah and Charlie Brake, as well as Carson, Marshall and Sawyer Brunette.

Winners received a “monster” bag of goodies filled with candy, some “tricks”, Halloween sticker book, Halloween bath bomb, and a variety of other treats, including from Halloweekend sponsors, Los Alamos County, Enterprise Bank & Trust, and Del Norte Credit Union! Congrats to the winners and all the others who successfully located the MainStreet Monsters!

A variety of other safe activities were offered this year for Los Alamos Halloweekend, which ran from Oct. 29-31, as well as from many other community organizations throughout the month of October. Details were available at

About Los Alamos MainStreet & the Los Alamos Creative District
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