Judy Wenquist loves Halloween! And every year she opens up her Broken Bow home to allow visitors to view the display of lighted Halloween villages she has collected over the years, as well as lots of other festive pieces that decorate her home. Judy hosted an Open House Oct. 26, and collected donations of money and food for the local Food Pantry. She was thrilled when 80 people showed up at her front door! Activities set for today and tonight in Broken Bow include: *Kids Trick-or-Treat around the square, 3 - 5 p.m. *First Christian Church Soup Supper & Light Night Carnival; 831 Buffalo Run Road; serving homemade chili, chicken noodle, potato, and oyster soups beginning at 5:30 p.m. - free will donations to Pible Bible Camp; kids wear your costumes, games and candy downstairs starting at 6:30 *First Baptist Church monthly meal night, 5:15 p.m.