Residents in the historic Fairmount neighborhood had a parade on Thursday night. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

There was a lot of fun to be had on Halloween night in Salem. Residents in the Fairmount neighborhood had a parade, while students at three local high schools, North, South and McKay, hosted trick or treat events in the school hallways.

Families dressed up to participate in the annual Fairmount parade. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

Fairmount residents greeted parade walkers on Halloween. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)Families dressed up to participate in the annual Fairmount parade. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)Residents in the historic Fairmount neighborhood had a parade on Thursday night. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)Residents in the historic Fairmount neighborhood had a parade on Thursday night. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)Residents in the historic Fairmount neighborhood had a parade on Thursday night. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)Kids dressed as superheroes and book characters during the annual parade. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)Residents in the historic Fairmount neighborhood had a parade on Thursday night. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)People gathered at Fairmount City park for the annual parade. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)

A student dressed as Pennywise at North Salem High School's Halloween event (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Hunter Burr, a junior McKay High School theatre student, walks visitors through a haunted mansion while portraying a butler. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Abby Maciel walks through North Salem High School after getting candy from Sandra Hernandez, left (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Harmony, dressed as Wonder Woman, waits for her older friends to go through a haunted house at McKay High School (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Members of the North Salem High School GSA pass out candy (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Heyna Feskens, left, and Caydence Lee, sophomores and student government leaders at McKay High School, show off their costumes paying tribute to the book "Holes" (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Science teacher Mel Reichman, dressed as a "Zom-Bee," invites trick-or-treaters in to a Minecraft-themed room at North Salem High School on Halloween (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Kids trick or treat at McKay High School on Halloween (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Eelionnah Marchbanks waits to go through the McKay High School theatre department's haunted house. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

People dressed in inflatable costumes during South Salem High School's trick or treat event on Halloween. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)South Salem High School's hallways were filled during a trick or treat event Thursday. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)South Salem High School's hallways were filled during a trick or treat event Thursday. (Saphara Harrell/Salem Reporter)