Elaborate costumes were seen throughout Ignacio during Halloween; Zoe Velasquez's outfit was among the most intriguing and unusual.
Werewolf, Layne Frost shows off his costume during the Community Carnival.
Zombie boy stalks the camera during the Community Halloween Carnival at the Sky Ute Casino Resort.
Contestants Lilly Valdez, Tauri Raines and Leandra Litz win the costume contest in the six to twelve age group, during the Community Carnival at the Sky Ute Casino Resort, Tuesday, Oct. 31.
First place winner of the adult costume contest, La Llorona wonders around the event center looking for her mijo.
First, second and third place winners of the adult costume contest pose for a picture.
A SUIMA student is not sure of Councilwoman Lorelei Cloud’s hat.
Trick or Treater’s were excited to see a full size panda bear while making their rounds throughout the Tribal Council offices.
Southern Ute Chairman, Clement J. Frost handed out books to the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy students, which proved to be a big hit with the students.
After receiving his book while trick or treating, Landon Miles shakes hands with Southern Ute Chairman, Clement J. Frost
Upper Elementary SUIMA students pose happily with Southern Ute Chairman, Clement J. Frost while trick or treating throughout the Tribal Campus.
John “Kuch” Oberly, dressed as a zombie and John Oberly as Kurt Cobain run the pumpkin bowling game.
Jada Cloud loses her spot to Ambrose Valdez while competing in musical chairs at the Ignacio Elementary Carnival Saturday Nov. 4.
Faustino Ramos and his grandmother, Anne Weaver try to guess what’s in the containers.
The witch and her grim reaper, await those trying to enter the haunted house.
Nothing funny about these clowns, if you can make your way past them you can leave, maybe!
Creatures of all sorts, stalked victims within the various rooms of the Southern Ute Multi-purpose Facility.
Zombies tried to get to the unwilling victims through the doors; luckily they were locked.
Who’s scaring who? “Twisty” the clown traversed the haunted hallways as a patron of the haunted house.
A scarecrow, scared more than the birds away, as he chased those escaping out the back door.
Smile! Or not … the end of the night’s scares gathered the group of haunted actors at the Southern Ute Multi-purpose’s haunted house Halloween night, Tuesday, Oct 31.
Smile! Or not … the end of the night’s scares gathered the group of haunted actors at the Southern Ute Multi-purpose’s haunted house on Saturday, Oct 28.
Agatha Bison and her boys, “Krazed Klown” Kris, “Bee-Bear Keeper” Julian and “Lego Batman” Marcos take time out of their game during the Rolling Thunder Bowling Lanes Halloween Costume Contest, Saturday, Oct. 28.
Adult patrons of the Rolling Thunder Lanes enjoy a game of bowling and each other’s costumed company.
Minion and lil’ “Alvin” (AJ Hight) pose for a quick pic, during their bowling game. Minion however did win in the adult category of the costume contest.
Penguin (Zander Berriman) and Bear (Alaysiah Kremer) compete against each other, not only on the lanes, but against each other in the costume contest.
Youth participants line up to be judged during the Rolling Thunder Lanes Halloween Costume Contest.
The two adult contestants, Joker and Minon share a photo during the Rolling Thunder Bowling Halloween Costume Contest.
Blind Melon concertgoers pose before going into the Sky Ute Casino’s Event Center to see Blind Melon, a 90’s alternative band, famous for their hit “No Rain.”
Beauty and the Beast roam the Sky Ute Casino on Tuesday, Oct. 31 for the annual Halloween festivities.
Eddie & Betty Box....Emcee the Halloween Carnival at he Sky Ute Casino and Resort.
Maria's Room; The Southern Ute Drum staff goes all out with a haunted house.
The Southern Ute Executive office worked hard keeping up with trick or treaters in the LCB on Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Beware the Dead; a graveyard greets visitors to the LCB's halls.
Young skeletons roam the hallways of the LCB during the annual Halloween school outing, Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Cindy Winder, and the Executive Office prepped themselves for a full morning of costumed students, classrooms make the rounds across Tribal Campus each year for Halloween.
Dino riders seeking candy on campus, Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Trick or Treaters harken back to the Disney classics.
The Southern Ute Montessori kids cruisin' the halls of LCB.