Lily and Mimi Burns popped up for some fun on Treat Street, Wednesday. (Kristyn Anthony/News Staff)

PHOTOS: Treat Street a Hallowe’en haven in Sidney

Sidney’s Beacon Avenue was transformed for Hallowe’en into Treat Street, the fourth annual tradition saw businesses open their doors to eager trick-or-treaters.

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Bryn and Brea Hopewell look Incredible strolling down Treat Street on Beacon Avenue Wednesday. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Thor Byrnes and his brother Ivor Byrnes were quite happy to start in on the snacks as they sauntered down Treat Street Wednesday. (Kristyn Anthony/News Staff)

Marina Hembruff, Chloe McConnell and Claire Maddison made the perfect trio of sweets on Hallowe’en, Wednesday. (Kristyn Anthony/News Staff)

Duane Sylvester, Terry-Ann Thomas and Muriel Edwards-Sylvester have scary fun as clowns for Treat Street in Sidney. (Kristyn Anthony/News Staff)

Minion Veda Howat joined mad scientist Zoe Paterson along Treat Street, Wednesday. (Kristyn Anthony/News Staff)

Henry and Laura Ngo join their son Max, dressed as Max from Where The Wild Things Are. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Jennifer Weiss (right) and Heidi Duncan are two does for Hallowe’en on Treat Street in Sidney. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Randy, Jackie, and Raven Stratton (dressed as Little Red Riding Hood) join Gail McCallum (as the Big Bad Wolf). (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Incoming Sidney mayor Cliff McNeil-Smith hands out candy outside Tanner’s Books for Treat Street. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Anne MacLeod and her 27-year old Congo African Grey parrot Kok enjoy the spectacle of Sidney’s Treat Street. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Alyssa Gerwing, Peter Garnham, and Brenda Garnham of the Sidney Museum and Archives hand out treats on Beacon Avenue. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Kenneth Bontje (dressed as Steve Zissou) and two-year old Olive celebrate their life aquatic in Sidney By The Sea. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Keena moonlights as a lion beside human Bailey Affleck. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Brian Caruk and Katie Forss try to get Jon Caruk’s attention, for he is just seven months old. (Hugo Wong/News Staff)

Tucker Rayner and his human Todd make a couple of hot dogs for Hallowe’en fun on Treat Street, Wednesday. (Kristyn Anthony/News Staff)

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