26 1of26Max Fleming, 9, leads the parade with the Cat in the Hat Show MoreShow Less 2of26A trio of trick-or-treaters, two witches and the Incredible Hulk, stop by the American Legion table manned by Tom Moore. Show MoreShow Less 3of26 4of26Karli Williams takes a devilish pose as she and angel Grace Bracken give candy to a budding astronaut outside B Chic. Show MoreShow Less 5of26The Cat in the Hat takes up his candy station at the Wilton Chamber of Commerce office. Show MoreShow Less 6of26 7of26Katherine Malickal, Charlotte Mannix, Maddie Malickal, and John Mannix trick-or-treat together. Show MoreShow Less 8of26Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski chats up a trick-or-treater. Show MoreShow Less 9of26 10of26Will Haskell, Democratic candidate for state Senate, talks with a passer-by. Show MoreShow Less 11of26Harry Arora, right, Republican candidate for U.S. Congress, talks with Wilton Republican Town Committee chairman Bill Lalor. Show MoreShow Less 12of26 13of26Republican state Sen. Toni Boucher poses with Jim Grasso, son of the late Gov. Ella Grasso. Jim Grasso is campaigning with Republicans. Show MoreShow Less 14of26Quinn Minozzi, 11, as Chewbacca, and John Murphy, 12, make the rounds. Show MoreShow Less 15of26 16of26The Incredibles Family: parents Mark and Alison Smith with Bennett, Emily and Harper. Show MoreShow Less 17of26Republican candidates pose for photographers. In front, from left, Larry Cafero (probate judge), Harry Arora (U.S. Congress), Toni Boucher (state Senate), Gail Lavielle (state House). In back, Tom O’Dea (state House), Bob Stefanowski (governor), Matthew Corey (U.S. Senate). Show MoreShow Less 18of26 19of26The photographers. Show MoreShow Less 20of26Shia Borelli, 7, as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, poses with Democrats Stephanie Thomas, running for state representative in the 143rd District, and Will Haskell, running for state Senate in the 26th District. Show MoreShow Less 21of26 22of26Kate Caporino, 11, left, and twins Campbell and Kate MacDonald, 12, chat with Tom Moore at the American Legion post. Show MoreShow Less 23of26 Show MoreShow Less 24of26 25of26What it’s all about. Show MoreShow Less 26of26 — Jeannette Ross photos The weather may have been soggy, but that did not dampen the spirits of the trick-or-treaters and their families who came to Wilton Center on Saturday afternoon for the some Halloweekend fun sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. There were witches and superheroes, a devil and angel, and a pint-sized Supreme Court justice. There were even some adults dressed as politicians campaigning for office. The Cat in the Hat led a short parade and then trick-or-treaters roamed the sidewalks from 2:30 to 4:30 visiting storefronts and businesses that set up tents on the Town Green, filling their bags and plastic pumpkins with candy as scarecrows looked down from their lampposts. The parade and trick-or-treating is an annual event sponsored by the Chamber for about the past 15 years.