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Mystics of Mountain Brook

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Photos by Layton Dudley.

Over-the-top parade floats, decadent treats and festive costumes now flood the streets of Mountain Brook annually on Oct. 31. Mystics of Mountain Brook, always held at 4 p.m. on Halloween, has become a beloved and very well-attended community event. Read more

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Mystics of Mountain Brook

Layton Dudley

The Mystics of Mountain Brook took place Wednesday, October 31 at Crestline Village. Families lined Church Street with kids in costumes, cheering on the parade and scrambling for candy. Read more

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The parade is held each year on Halloween day, starting at 4 p.m. and ending by 5. Read more

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Erica Techo

The parade included floats with glitter cannons, live music and plenty of candy. Read more

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By Keith McCoy

All traffic entering Crestline will be stopped at 3:45 p.m. for the start of the parade at 4 p.m., but should resume around 5 p.m. with the completion of the parade. Read more

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Mystics of Mountain Brook 2016

Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

The parade, with about 25 floats, begins at Emmet O’Neal Library, heads down Church Street and ends on Dan Watkins Road, according to co-organizer Casey Horn. Read more

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Mystics of Mountain Brook 2016

Sarah Finnegan

The 13th annual Mystics of Mountain Brook Parade took place on Halloween night before families went out to trick-or-treat. Read more

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Courtesy MBPD Facebook

Traffic might be negatively affected by the Mystics of Mountain Brook Halloween parade and Alagasco upgrade projects. Read more

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  • Mystics of Mountain Brook

    Layton Dudley

    Mystics of Mountain Brook

    The Mystics of Mountain Brook took place Wednesday, October 31 at Crestline Village. Families lined Church Street with kids in costumes, cheering on the parade and scrambling for candy. It was warm weather with clear skies. After the parade, kids left to go trick-or-treating in the surrounding neighborhoods.

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