Weston Anthony, Jessica Anthony, Kenzie Anthony, and Kandon Anthony dress up as the Caped Crusader and his fellow villains.
Party on! Lindsay Box (left) and Cassandra Sanchez from the Boys & Girls Club dress up as Wayne and Garth.
Trick-or-treaters from Head Start make their way into the Southern Ute Permanent Fund.
A young trick-or-treater smiles for a Halloween photo.
Executive Officer Andrew Frost hands out candy to trick-or-treaters.
Roshae Weaver (TIS receptionist) hands out candy to a crowd of trick-or-treaters.
Marlene Price enjoys time with her son Tristyn on Halloween.
Shawna Baker is ready to bust some ghosts.
Kelsey Frost (left) and Maylon Newton hand out candy at SunUte Community Center.
A family dresses for Halloween.
Ivan Joseph shows off his Mario costume.
Trick or treaters visit the Southern Ute Permanent Fund.
Stacey Oberly participates in the Halloween costume contest.
Robert L. Ortiz from The Southern Ute Drum shows off his creepy Halloween costume.
Bertha Box (gaming license technician) sports her witch costume.
Loni Acevedo (Southern Ute Health Center nurse) participates in the costume contest.
Andi Cook dresses as a bumblebee for Halloween.
Employees of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe pose for a group photo at the Tribal Council’s Halloween costume contest.
From left: Stacey Oberly, Shawna Baker, and Bertha Box show off their costumes.
Tribal Chairman Clement J. Frost awards Crystal Kelly for winning the costume contest dressed as Hillary Clinton.
The annual Pumpkin Splash brings joy to all the participants.
Peyton Pierre-Louis picks out a pumpkin during the annual Pumpkin Splash hosted at the SunUte Community Center.
Lindsay Box from the Boys & Girls club takes a photo of Pumpkin Splash participants.
Stoney Whitethunder and Curtis Whitethunder-Lucero have fun during the Pumpkin Splash.
Myla Goodtracks takes a dip in the pool during the annual Pumpkin Splash.
Stoney Whitethunder-Lucero jumps into the pool with his pumpkin.
Michah Chee swims with his pumpkin.
Aspen Naranjo takes a splash with her pumpkin.
Ignacio resident Elizabeth Strong enjoys the Halloween carnival with her family.
Deja Herrera (right) and Dana Martinez from the Boys & Girls club host a booth at the Halloween carnival.
Southern Ute Vice Councilwoman Lorelei Cloud (left) shares a photo with Sarah Cuch.
Tribal members Betty Box and Eddie Box Jr. read off raffle tickets at the Halloween carnival.
A family of Mario characters go trick or treating at the Three Springs Fall festival.
Three Springs Fall Festival participants gather for a balloon animal.
The annual Three Springs Fall Festival has been going on for 10 years, gathering members from around La Plata County.
Candi and Brandon Johnson pose for a photo with their family Kandin Johnson, Amonnie Johnson, and Ezekiel Howell at the 10th annual Three Springs Fall Festival.
Trae Siebel, Jennifer Seibel, Tommy Siebel, and Kelly Sirios attend the annual Three Springs Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 29.
Tribal members enjoy their time at the Three Springs Fall Festival.