Last year's Halloween parade was such a success that Homegrown Decatur, the cooperative-style artists' market on Church Street, has decided to do it again.
The parade starts at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, with cars/floats/bands lining up at Decatur High at 3 p.m. Walkers should line up on the square around 3:30 p.m.
Cars and floats need to register on the Homegrown webpage. Walkers can just show up.
Some of the parade participants who've already signed up include the Dead Ends Hearse Club, the Atlanta Rollergirls and the Derby Brats, the DHS Zombie Cheerleaders, the Black Sheep Ensemble, the Wasted Potential Brass Band and Atlanta Freedom Bands.
The Little Shop of Stories will also have storytime for little goblins at 3 p.m.