Explore the rich history of the Rutland Halloween Parade in windows throughout Downtown Rutland!
Over 25 windows in the business district will display photos from past Halloween parades beginning Saturday, Oct. 24 through Halloween.
Past parade participants Casella Construction and Killington Resort sponsored creative stationary float displays that can be found at 72 Merchants Row and the Boys and Girls Club, located at 71 – 75 Merchants Row.
Visitors will be able to view a map of all the photo locations as well as a spooktacular display of jack o’lanterns, parade costume parts, and more at the Mead Building on the corner of Center Street and Merchants Row.
Special thanks to Awesome Graphics, Zip and Royal Barnard, and friends of Norma Montaigne for organizing this event. It is presented in honor of the memory of Norma Montaigne. Norma Montaigne, aka “Anything Graphic,” was one of the artists and designers who contributed greatly to the annual Halloween Parade, including her creation of the costumes and props for the Drum Journey “Skelly Dancers” and other displays. More than that, Norma Montaigne was known and loved for her overall creative genius, generosity and her love of life, fun and all the creatures in the universe. She was a beautiful person and we are honored to remember her at this special event.