It was cloudy and chilly for trick-or-treating Tuesday night, but hundreds of kids took to the streets to celebrate Halloween.

The night started early at the Pine View Care Center and Terrace and Atrium Post Acute Care where residents lined up to hand out candy to the trick-or-treaters as they passed by providing an opportunity for many grandparents to see their grandchildren in their Halloween garb.

Then a bevy of trick-or-treaters took to the streets in all the municipalities in Jackson County to grab some candy throughout the night.

Hixton and Taylor started their trick-or-treat hours at 4 p.m., with Alma Center’s to follow at 4:30 p.m.

Black River Falls, Merrillan and Melrose all started at 5 p.m. Each municipality was done by 7 p.m. with many happy children as they counted the candy in their baskets.

Aaron Rodgers with his broken collarbone, Boss Baby, Wonder Woman and many other costumes were popular throughout the night.