Zombies come in all shapes and sizes, as evidenced by this diverse hoarde on Main Street Oct. 5 during downtown Littleton's annual Zombie Crawl. Photo by Jennifer Smith
Zombie Rudi Monterroso tries to resist dining on his adorable daughter, 3-month-old Anjeli. Photo by Jennifer Smith
Polly Ferguson displays her handmade quilts during the annual Friends of Library and Museum Craft Fair Oct. 5 at Ketring Park. Photo by Jennifer Smith
craft fair stained glass
Looking through Sue Kelley's stained glass, which she was selling at the annual Friends of the Library and Museum Craft Fair at Ketring Park Oct. 5. Photo by Jennifer Smith
Ketring Craft Fair
Vendors put out a plethora of colorful dispays at Ketring Park Oct. 5 for the annual Friends of the Library and Museum Craft Fair. Photo by Jennifer Smith
Averi Long tries to convince her dad, Karl, that they need a puppy from the Humane Society of South Platte Valley during Rocky Mountain Harley Davidson's fall festival Oct. 5. Photo by Jennifer Smith
Lots of leather and metal turned out for Rocky Mountain Harley Davidson's fall festival Oct. 5 Photo by Jennifer Smith
Motorcycle enthusiasts took the opportunity to show off their bikes during the fall festival at Rocky Mountain Harley Davidson on Oct. 5. Photo by Jennifer Smith
Main Street Littleton
Assistant City Manager Mike Braaten presented a demographic overview of Littleton to city council Nov. 12.
No, it's not brains on buns. Zombies are happy to chow down on roast pig after a long trek down Main Street, which wrapped up at Reinke Brothers' Halloween and Costume Store. Photo by Jennifer Smith
Posted: Monday, October 7, 2013 12:03 pm
Updated: 4:25 pm, Tue Oct 8, 2013.
The leaves are starting to change, which always means the beginning of the busy season in Littleton. Oct. 5 featured the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchants Zombie Crawl and Pig Roast, which seems to attract a bigger hoard of the walking dead each year. Then it was off to Ketring Park for the annual Friends of the Library and Museum Craft Fair, a great time to get a head start on Christmas shopping. The second annual Fall Festival at Rocky Mountain Harley Davidson drew bikers, bands, vendors and, of course, puppies. Next weekend features the Pumpkin Follies and Goat Show, Oct. 11 in the Reinke Brothers Halloween and Costume Store parking lot. Visit for a talent show, spoof of Littleton events and one-of-a-kind acts. Admission is $5, drinks and food will be available for purchase.
Monday, October 7, 2013 12:03 pm.
Updated: 4:25 pm.