Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy Teacher, Dawnnet Naranjo leads Angelisa Pena and Bianca Weaver through the ‘Carn-EVIL’ booths outside the Annex Building to Trick-or-Treat for goodies that led them across tribal campus.
De’Vra Richards gets a handful of goodies from SunUte Director Robin Duffy-Wirth at the Boys and Girls Club’s Trunk or Treat event at the Sky Ute Casino Resort on Sunday, Oct. 31.
Southern Ute Council member Linda Baker hands out candy alongside Council member, Vanessa Torres during the Boys and Girls Club’s Trunk or Treat event at the Sky Ute Casino Resort on Sunday, Oct. 31.
Nevaeh Sandoval, hands out candy with her mom, Skydawn Moccasin-Flower at the Ignacio Community Library’s Trunk or Treat event. Sandoval and mom decorated their vehicle and visited with community members in the library’s parking lot on Sunday, Oct. 31.
Shirelle Garcia and family, walk together to check out all the decorated vehicles and to collect Halloween treats at the Ignacio Community Library’s Trunk or Treat event on Sunday, Oct. 31.
The Nun, otherwise known as Leigh Sage is the first person to scare visitors at the Motor Pool Haunted Hallway. The hallway was open to tribal employees to view Thursday, Oct. 28 — Friday, Oct. 29 with proof of a COVID-19 Vaccination Card and proper signing in protocol.
The Southern Ute Motor Pool Staff created their very own ‘Haunted Hallway’ for tribal staff to view. The Haunted hallway featured bright lights, loud music and truly scary costumes.
The Southern Ute Multi-Purpose Facility’s annual Haunted House put the fear into all who visited. The Haunted House was open to the community starting Friday, Oct. 29 and closed their doors on Sunday, Oct. 31.
Sisters, Shayne and Malia White Thunder Trick-or-Treat around the Three Springs community, Saturday, Oct. 30 during the 15th annual Fall Festival.
Maria Rivera, Justin, Jaelyn, Keyon, and Charles Alston share smiles as they leave the 15th annual Fall Festival at Three Springs on Saturday, Oct. 30. The festival featured trick or treating, live music and a free pumpkin path in the plaza.
Southern Ute Council member, Dr. Stacey Oberly dressed up in costume to greet the Southern Ute Indian Montessori students while the Trick-or-Treat for treats to different departments and buildings.
Janice Salazar, AKA ‘Maleficent’ walks in front of Tribal Council as they judge for the funniest, scariest and most original costumes on Thursday, Oct. 28.
Tracy Mickey, dresses as a monkey for the group ‘Carn-EVIL’ costumes and hands out popcorn to spectators of Tribal Council’s Costume Contest on Thursday, Oct. 28.
The Southern Ute Drum hosted a spooky walk-through haunted house, which was erected outside on Tribal Campus, for kids and parents alike to enjoy.
Kicking off the Halloween weekend, the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy and Southern Ute Tribal Departments participated in an outdoor, COVID-19 conscious, Trick-or-Treating event for parents and students on Thursday, Oct. 28.